Danny Wilson hopes Steel City rivals Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday both achieve promotion to play in the Championship next season.
The Blades boss said the clubs have "pushed each other to the limit" this season in their pursuit of automatic promotion.
Wilson, whose appointment as Micky Adams' successor in May was met by a chorus of disapproval among many United fans owing to his time spent as a previous player and manager of the Owls, hopes both clubs make it to the Championship.
"What a great position to be in," Wilson said. "We're going to try and push it over the line this weekend and if not this weekend, the weekend after.
"But it's definitely in our hands. We win on Saturday and we've got a great chance with one game left. If it doesn't go in our favour, then we've one game left and we take it to the final game.
"It's great for the city. There's one half wanting one result and the other half wanting another and this is where we wanted to be at the end of the season, we wanted to be up there and challenging and making sure it was exciting for everybody involved at Sheffield United.
"We've been an inspiration to each other because it's not easy, the pressure does build and I think professionally, we've pushed each other to the limits this season. It would be great if we could get to the Championship, but, and it's a big but, there's a long way to go yet."