Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says his players are not getting carried away despite being very close to winning the Premier League title ahead of Friday's tie against West Brom at the Hawthorns.
A win for Chelsea against the Baggies will see them clinch the league title, their second in the last three seasons.
"The players are very focused and concentrated, and realise what an important moment this is," Conte said in his press conference on Thursday.
"It is a really good moment for Chelsea, being close to the target, but we must not forget we need three points.
"Tomorrow's game is against a tough team and the atmosphere can be hot there, but it is something to enjoy.
"When West Brom came to Stamford Bridge this season they played a great match, which is why we must pay attention."
Conte admitted that it has been a very difficult season for Chelsea.
"I want to underline that this season has not been easy. We faced a lot of problems," the 47-year-old Italian added.
"I want to thank the club, the players and the staff for working so hard to change things.
"This is another big step for me, because I like big challenges in my life."