Wigan boss Roberto Martinez says any celebrations at having reached the FA Cup final have been put on hold in order for his players to focus on their battle against relegation.
The Latics secured a Cup final showdown with Manchester City on 11 May courtesy of a 2-0 semi-final win over Millwall at Wembley on Saturday.
But Martinez's side are three points from safety in 18th place in the Premier League, albeit with two games in hand on their relegation rivals.
With a league game at their Cup final opponents City on Wednesday, the Spaniard is determined not to allow his players to become distracted from the task at hand.
"We've got such an important game on Wednesday that there was no time to celebrate (the semi-final win)," said Martinez. "When the time comes to pick the competition up again - when the FA Cup final is in front of us - then we'll be able to get into that mood again but I thought that we switched straight back into normality on Sunday.