Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has called for his team to upset Chelsea's title party when they meet on Sunday.
The Black Cats will make the long trip to Stamford Bridge this weekend in what will be their final Premier League game for at least 12 months.
David Moyes' men are already preparing for Championship football next season after their disappointing campaign but Pickford is refusing to go down without a fight.
Sunderland showed some fight before eventually losing against Arsenal in midweek and Pickford has demanded a repeat performance.
He told the club's official website: "We hope to replicate our performance from midweek against Chelsea and hopefully we take something from the game.
"It’s going to be a celebration for them at the week but we’re going to try and go there and get the win.
"The fans have been brilliant home and away all season but to see them down at Arsenal on a Tuesday night – for a rearranged game – shows why they’re top fans.
"We were pleased to get their applause after the game and that showed we had a really good go at the game, and that’s all they ever ask from us."