Roberto Martinez saw his Wigan side reach the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday but insists Premier League survival remains the main priority this season.
Goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman helped the Latics to a comfortable 2-0 win over Millwall but, despite having a number of games in hand in the league, they fell into the drop zone ahead of their clash.
Martinez's side have seven league games remaining, with Manchester City, West Ham and Wigan to come in April and the Spaniard is relishing the challenge.
He told Sky Sports: "The last few seasons our aim is to obviously stay in the division and to fight against relegation.
"It was a completely different way to go out and express yourself and fight to win something and it was a unique moment.
"It's a special day in the calendar to look forward to even though it's all about normality and focusing on our work in the league which is the real priority of our season."
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