Dan Bentley has insisted it is 'business as usual' as Brentford prepare to face Blackburn.
Rovers need a victory to have a realistic chance of staying in the Championship, with Nottingham Forest hosting Ipswich and Birmingham taking on Bristol City.
And Bentley knows that there are some big clubs in the relegation scrap; Forest won the European Cup twice, Blackburn won the Premier League in 1995 and Birmingham won the League Cup in 2011.
“They're two big clubs down there and have a lot of history. Whatever will be will be but it's business as usual,” Bentley said.
Brentford will cement a top 10 place in the division with a victory and could finish as high as eighth if Norwich fail to beat QPR and Derby lose to already relegated Rotherham.
And Bentley, who hates the term nothing to play for, insists that a strong finish is all that matters.
He added: “I've mentioned the nothing to play for thing – I don't buy that. We'll be aiming for three points every week.
“We weren't going to roll over for Fulham because they were after play-offs. A point was a fair result there.
“We want to give our fans something to shout about by finishing strongly. We'll be going for three points again.”