Hull City boss Steve Bruce feels the current job could be the best of his career.
Five points clear of the relegation zone and armed with a vastly-superior goal difference, City know a point from their remaining three games will guarantee another season in the top flight.
With an FA Cup final against Arsenal also on the horizon a vintage campaign could get better, but Bruce told the Hull Daily Mail: "I think it's my biggest achievement (in management). It's not been easy over the last couple of weeks since we got to the final because all people talk about is Wembley and a big day out.
"We're not quite safe but I believe we deserve to be. Not just that, we deserve to finish where we are.
"I think we've been 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th or around there since September.
"All credit to everyone if we're safe because it's a fantastic achievement for this club.
"It's certainly my biggest. It's never easy bringing a newly-promoted club into the Premier League, but to stay up in a convincing manner, without ever really being in trouble, is terrific."
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