Glorys 1-0 win over Newcastle on Sunday saw them claim the A-League Premiers Plate with two rounds to spare.
Read more The win secured Glorys first piece of silverware since their 2004 NSL title triumph, as well as a spot in next years Asian Champions League.
But with an A-League Championship still up for grabs, Popovic said it would be business as usual when Glory players return to training on Monday.
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Theyre the best team in the league, thats a fact. The club goes into Asia, thats also a fact, Popovic said.
Glory will take on second-placed Sydney FC at Jubilee Stadium on Thursday night, before rounding out the regular season at home to Wellington.
Popovic has the luxury of being able to rest some key players, and its an option he may take given theres only a four-day break before the clash with Sydney.
Juande and Jason Davidson both picked up leg injuries against the Jets, while Chris Ikonomidis is still working his way back to full fitness after dislocating his shoulder earlier this month.
Popovic won the Premiers Plate in his first season at the Wanderers in 2012-13, but said he would allow himself to enjoy his one at Glory even more.
Thats probably me evolving and improving as a coach. Ive tried to enjoy it with the players along the way, I think thats something Ive improved.
Jets coach Ernie Merrick said Glorys consistency meant they deserve to be favourites to win the A-Leagues Championship.
But he didnt like the current finals format, which gives the top two teams a bye in the first week of the finals before being thrust into a knockout semi-final.
The most consistent team has been Glory by far, but theres no double chance anymore, Merrick said.
Perth Glory have collected their first-ever Hyundai A-League Premiership title following a 1-0 victory over the Newcastle Jets at the HBF Park in Perth on Sunday.
The Tony Popovic-coached side emerged as the premiers of the Australian domestic league in front of over 11,000 fans after a 65th-minute goal from defender Ivan Franjic gave them a narrow win over the Jets.
For the members. For the fans. For those who celebrated and hurt with us every step of the way. This is for YOU. #OneGlory
The win meant that Perth Glory now have 57 points from 25 A-League matches and have taken an unassailable lead over the second-placed Sydney FC who were held to a 1-1 draw by Western Sydney Wanderers FC in the Sydney Derby the other day.
The win meant that the Glory, founded in 1995, have their first A-League Premiership while also booking a place in the group stages of the AFC Champions League for the 2020 season.
They will now take part in the A-League Finals series to be held in May where they await their opponents in the semifinals. Top two teams from the A-League regular season qualify for the semifinals of the Finals while teams occupying third to sixth positions will begin face off in a play-off for the remaining two spots in the semis.
The Glory have won two Premierships in the National Soccer League era, but it is their first A-League Premiership after the Australian top flight underwent a rebranding back in 2005.