Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies is refusing to be distracted by the prospect of making history when his side head to QPR on Sunday.
Forest head to the capital in search of a record-equalling seventh successive league win when they meet table-topping Rangers at Loftus Road.
Thirty-two years have passed since Forest last recorded that remarkable feat and 43 years since they achieved it during the same campaign.
Yet Davies said: "Nothing changes: training doesn't change, our approach doesn't change and the way we prepare for games doesn't change.
"I can guarantee that over the next 12 weeks or so teams will come in and go out of play-off positions, teams will go up and down and every club will win, lose and draw games.
"That's what is going to happen but it's what you accumulate over the course of the remaining matches that is important. For me it's just another weekend and another difficult match."