Sean Dyche admits he is eyeing a celebration end to the Premier League season.
The Clarets virtually assured themselves of seventh place and european qualification thanks to the stalemate at home to Brighton and Hove Albion at the weekend.
Only a six-point and 15-goal swing to Everton in the final two games of the season can deny Dyche’s men a Europa league spot.
And with Arsene Wenger’s final home game as Arsenal manager to come next weekend, followed by a final day home clash against Bournemouth, Dyche anticipates an exciting few weeks before the curtain comes down on a remarkable campaign.
“Effectively we still have to makes it so, but it’s been a fantastic achievement if and when we get there.
“There’s a massive (goal) swing involved, and now we can go to Arsenal and that will be some occasion for one of the great servants of the game.
“We will have a small part to play in that, but I can assure you it won’t be about us; it will be about one of the modern-day legends of the game.
“Then we come home for the last day of the season which should, I hope, be a celebration of what the team has done this season.
“We want to get a result there as well, and then people get a break and we re-evaluate on how we take it forward.
“The next challenge will come along, and don’t worry, we’ll be ready for that too.”