Dean Smith isn't fazed by Brentford's record at home this season so far, despite failing to win so far at Griffin Park.

The Bees have a great chance to get that first victory against Millwall this weekend in west London.

Brentford have held their own against some of the biggest clubs in the Championship so far and haven't lost.

But now they need to turn their good performances which have earned them draws into wins.

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"There's always pressure to win at home, but we've been very good in the last few games," said Smith.

"We are unbeaten in our last four in the league and our performances have been very good in September.

Dean Smith

"We had loads of games and now we only have three in October, it will be a bit strange but it gives us more time on the training ground.

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"But it is certainly welcomed and we have back to back home games now.

"We just need to concentrate that we're doing as well as we can and play as well as we can.

"I think we have a stronger squad going into these games now. We're without Rico Henry, but certainly goals-wise we have more of a threat with Lasse Vibe back."