Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon has told his players to enjoy the title run-in.
Hibs took a major step towards the Ladbrokes Championship crown when they beat Falkirk on Saturday, and they have the chance to move 13 points clear when they face third-placed Morton at Easter Road on Wednesday night.
And Lennon told his players to relish what could be a major period in their careers.
“Enjoy it,” Lennon told Hibs TV. “Enjoy these moments because they don’t come around very often. You don’t normally get into the position to win a league.
“You might never get the opportunity again so maximise it. Prepare yourself for any eventuality and prepare yourself right for the game, mentally and physically. And relax.
“The majority of the hard work has been done. I’m not saying we are over the line yet but there is no need to focus all your energy on the game for now. Relax at home, take it easy and put your full focus on the game on Wednesday.”
Lennon has defender Paul Hanlon back from injury as Scotland midfielder John McGinn and Israel goalkeeper Ofir Marciano return from international duty.