Grigor Dimitrov insists the final of the ATP finals is just "another match" as he prepares to take on David Goffin on Sunday.

Dimitrov refusing to panic

Dimitrov refusing to panic

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."