QPR's matchwinner against Stoke is ready to rob his best mate of the Premier League title.
Djibril Cisse struck in the final minute to leave Rangers sitty prettier than their struggling neighbours in or around the drop zone.
However, the French striker (pic) reckons his club still need a point at Manchester City in their last game, knowing that Stoke might yet slip up against Bolton on the last day and claim the safety spot.
If Rs do pull off one of the results of all time, Cisse's pal Sami Nasri at City may find his dream of a championship medal disappearing across Manchester to United.
"I how important it is for the club to stay up - so that was the most important thing about my goal," Cisse said. "It's not finished, and we have to finish the job at Man City. It's diffcult but I think we have to get something for safety.
"But it's 11 versus 11 and they have two arms and two legs like us. I'm really close with Sami, and I don't really want to take the title from him, but if I have to do it, I will."
Cisse revealed he was miffed to have been left on the bench before Stoke, but explained why he was delighted chairman Tony Fernandes hugged him seconds after the joyous final whistle.
"To tell you the truth," the striker said, "I was a bit upset not to start, but decided to keep my cool and answer in a good way.
"I texted the chairman saying 'I want to pay you back what I owe you' and he said: 'you paid me back - which was very nice.' "
Cisse is only too aware of how equally nice it would be if boss Mark Hughes goes back to Man City and gets the point that keeps Rangers in the Premier League as well as depriving the club that sacked him of their first title win in 44 years.
"I'm sure he's not thinking of that," said Cisse, "but it would be sweet revenge for him."