Stoke City manager Tony Pulis is planning to prepare for the FA Cup final like he would any other game.
Pulis' side will appear in their first ever FA Cup final against Manchester City, after after thrashing Bolton Wanderers last month.
But the boss is refusing to put any more emphasis on the match.
"We'll do it as close to what we normally do and keep everybody's feet on the ground," he said.
Preparation for the showcase final at Wembley begun in ernest on Sunday with victory over title chasing Arsenal, a performance that bodes well with just six days to go until the big day.
"It was a great result and a great performance," he said.
"We really deserved to win it.
"We were really pleased with their commitment. It shows the spirit that we've got in the camp.
"We're on a fantastic run and what we've got to do now is prepare them properly for what will be a great, great day."