Juventus' 14-goal forward Paulo Dybala is set to make his return from injury against his old club Palermo on Sunday.
The Argentine limped out of Juve's 4-1 win over Torino on March 20 but his club continued to pile on the wins, the latest being last weekend's 2-1 win over AC Milan that took them six-points clear of Napoli.
Dybala, 22, who joined Juventus at the start of this season after spending three years with Palermo, is eager to get back on the pitch, but admitted that it will be odd playing against his old side.
"It will be a little strange, having played for Palermo for three years, but I'm a Juventus player and on Sunday I will think only of the three points," Dybala told reporters.
"We must not give away anything and keep the right approach, bringing respect for every opponent.
"Now, we are almost at the finish line."
Knowing that he is likely to lift his first-ever Serie A title in his maiden season with the Turin giants, Dybala praised his teammates for helping him settle in quickly, and has set sights on even more silverware with the club.
"I chose Juventus to win and everything was clear after my first goal in the Super Cup," he said.
"That was perhaps the most beautiful moment I have lived with Juventus so far.
"I always try to improve, in everything I do, the club and the team-mates have helped me a lot."
With six games left to go, Juventus will be well on their way to a fourth consecutive Serie A title if they can seal a 25th league win of the season against Palermo at home on Sunday.