Sir Alex Ferguson insists Manchester United are fully focused on Saturday's 'mundane' meeting with Norwich.
Excitement is building in Manchester ahead of the club's glamour Champions League last 16 decider against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
But Ferguson is adamant his players will not allow themselves to get distracted by the prospect of facing the Spanish giants.
United can increase their lead at the top of the Premier League to 15 points with victory over Norwich at Old Trafford and Ferguson said: "Tomorrow is the important one for us.
"Tuesday will look after itself. That is an occasion whereas tomorrow is the mundane, practical situation - we need to win. That is what the concentration is on.
"I can assure you the players will not be thinking about Tuesday at this moment in time. All week we've been talking about how important Norwich is."
Robin van Persie is available for selection after recovering from a hip injury, but Phil Jones remains sidelined with an ankle problem.
"Robin has trained this week," said Ferguson. "His injury was a delicate one.
"Anyone who gets a knock on the hip like that will feel it for two or three days because it can be very tender. But he's okay now and is available for tomorrow.
"Phil Jones starts running today. He won't be available for tomorrow obviously and he has a fight on his hands to be ready for Tuesday. But given the type of player he is we'll give him every chance."