Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs has urged his teammates to end Chelsea's season this weekend when the two clubs meet at Old Trafford on Sunday.
A resurgent Blues have not yet given up hope of retaining the Barclays Premier League title having closed the gap on leaders United to within three points.
But Sir Alex Ferguson's side know that beating Chelsea will put them six-points clear with two games to play – effectively ending the title race once and for all.
"Both teams realise that. We certainly realise that, and that's what we'll be aiming to do," said Giggs.
"We'll be trying to sew up the league as quickly as possible, starting Sunday."
Giggs remained cautious of the threat Chelsea possess, but is adamant that will not stop United in their attempts to de-throne the champions in their own back yard.
"I think that is dangerous, to sit back against a team like Chelsea who can score goals against you.
"We have to go out and attack like Manchester United do at Old Trafford. The crowd wouldn't have it any other way.
"We've got to go and try and score goals, produce a performance and win the game"
Victory will leave United needing just a solitary point from their remaining two games, against Blackburn and Blackpool respectively in order to ensure the title returns to Old Trafford.
And with the much-anticipated Champions League final against Barcelona to look forward to at Wembley on 28 May, it could prove to be a memorable season for Giggs and Manchester United.