Charlton manager Chris Powell was in the mood to celebrate after the Addicks won the npower League One title with a 2-1 victory against Wycombe.
Stuart Beavon's goal for the visiting Chairboys came between strikes from Charlton's Yann Kermorgant and Dale Stephens to give the Addicks victory.
"It's a great feeling for us," said Powell. "It was a strange game in many ways. We knew we needed a result but it was a similar scenario to last week when we also needed a result to go for us elsewhere.
"It wouldn't be Charlton if there wasn't a bit of edginess around the place. That's just what happens here. We had a pre-pre party last week, a pre-party [on Saturday] but we'll have one hell of a party on May 5."
Powell said he didn't foresee many changes to the side for next year's Championship campaign. "I knew in the six months I had last year I needed to bring the Charlton spirit back and get that into the psyche and it's there now. Each and every player knows what's expected and they've done that. They've been a credit to this football club.
"I've got players that have not only earned the right to savour this moment as champions of League One but go into the Championship with that spirit - that momentum. You need to add quality if you can but I've got a special group of players at this club. To be on 97 points is nothing short of special."
Wycombe manager Gary Waddock said he felt his side deserved a result against the champions.
"I thought we played ever so well but Charlton are where they are for a reason," he said. "They take their chances and we don't. That's a credit to them. They deserve to go up as champions. I'm delighted for Chris, his staff and his players.
"But I thought we played ever so well. Over the majority of the season our performances have been like that but we've not picked up the necessary points and that's why we're in the position we are in.
"You've got to take your chances when they come. It summed our season up. We played a good side, held our own, caused them problems and got nothing from it."