Andreas Bjelland knows the only way for Brentford to properly celebrate their 4,000th league game is by picking up all three points against Barnsley.
The defender, who captained the Bees in their 0-0 draw at Derby, turned his attention to Saturday's game immediately after the final whistle.
A selection of Bees legends will be at Griffin Park and the Dane knows it is a big landmark for the club.
Bjelland said: “Every time we play at home, we need to win so we need all three points on Saturday. It's good to be involved in the club's 4,000th game. It's a big thing.
“Three points will be the best way to celebrate that so that's what we need to do.”
Bjelland faces competition from the available again Harlee Dean after he missed the draw at the iPro through suspension.
He added: “Competition is good for the squad as it keeps you sharp.”
Fellow defender Yoann Barbet also knows how important returning to winning ways is as the Bees have picked up two points from a possible nine.
He added: “We don't need to think about something else – just three points. We just need three points to finish the week in a good way.”