Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is looking for his players to show exactly why they are League 1 champions when they face Raith Rovers at Gayfield in front of the BBC Alba TV cameras tomorrow afternoon.
The Red Lichties sealed the title at the Glebe last week with the final whistle sparking huge celebrations that continued long into the night.
Arbroath, will of course, be playing their football in the Championship next season but before then, Campbell insists there is plenty of business to be taken care of and he is determined to finish this campaign with a flourish.
The manager said: “It was obviously a great day last week and a good night as well.
“But it was all about the fans and the players and they deserved to fully enjoy what the club have achieved this season.
“However, there are still three games to go in this campaign and we will not be taking our foot off the gas.
“The lads were straight back training this week and we are now fully focused on Sunday’s game against Raith Rovers.”
Campbell added: “There should be a big crowd at Gayfield and it is live on TV.
“So we want to give a good account of ourselves in front of the cameras and show exactly why we are champions.
“Raith had a good result against us the last time we played them at home and we want to put that right.
“We also owe it to the other teams in the league like East Fife, Montrose and Forfar who are still in the hunt for the promotion play-offs to play to our full potential.
“Bobby Linn is the only one who is unavailable with his knee problem.
“Despite that, I have a few big decisions to make regarding my team.
“There are a few lads who could do with game time as I start to look towards next season.”
The game kicks off at 4.05pm.