Grigor Dimitrov insists the final of the ATP finals is just "another match" as he prepares to take on David Goffin on Sunday.
The duo will meet for a second time in a week after Dimitrov battled past American Jack Sock on Saturday night.
Dimitrov continued his recent form and secured his place in the final in London on Sunday thanks to a 4-6 6-0 6-3 victory.
After beating Sock, Dimitrov will now move above Alexander Zverev and end the year as world No 3 but he is refusing to get worked up about Sunday's showpiece.
He only dropped two games in his first match against Goffin on Wednesday and the 26-year-old insists he will treat it like any other match.
"Things went my way tonight and I'm more than happy," he told reporters.
"Playing the same player twice in a week has never happened to me before but it's just another match, the last of the season and I need to keep on playing. Bring it on."