Chris Hughton has dedicated Brighton & Hove Albion's promotion to the staff and supporters who came through "the hard periods" after victory against Wigan Athletic ensured his team returned to the top flight after a 34-year absence.
And when Aaron Mooy's Hudderfsield Town side shipped a late goal to be held 1-1 by Derby County, Brighton's move to the top flight was assured.
"We know that we're stepping up a level, we know that competition is even tougher again, so we'll be working with Chris to put together a squad for next season which gives us a chance to compete well in the Premier League".
"We have to strengthen, that goes without saying".
"The best thing we've got now is another challenge".
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Only the top two sides at the end of the regular season are guaranteed promotion.
"It would be incredible for us (winning the title), we're one win away and we'll try everything to do it on Friday, and if not Friday, we'll try and do it against Bristol City at home", he said "Some players never get memories like this in their career, so it's fantastic for us".
Chairman Tony Bloom, whose millions have led to Brighton's inspiring elevation, said: "It feels incredible".
Sone Aluko and Neeskens Kebano settled matters as the numerical disadvantage came to bear in the second period.
"It's a performance today that apart from that last 15 minutes warrants us being where we are, we've been outstanding all season".
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The 58-year-old spent much of his second spell serving as a number 2, but is now a successful boss in his own right, with this his second ascension out of the Championship.
Chris Hughton's side kicked off two hours earlier than the Terriers, and victory for Brighton meant Huddersfield needed victory to keep their narrow automatic promotion hopes alive.
"We got a little bit complacent in the last 10 minutes, as if it was already party mode, which I didn't like because we've got a Championship to win now".
"Go back 20 years and we were homeless, a club going nowhere, and here we are today on the way to the Premier League".
On next season, the centre-back added: "It's too soon, we are just enjoying where we are now, enjoy the rest of the season, enjoy the summer and come back pre-season and get our heads down".
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