Josh Clarke has called on the Brentford squad to go again and consider Friday's game against Fulham a fresh start.
The Bees were jubilant after putting west London rivals QPR to the sword, with goals from the winger and Romaine Sawyers the difference in a dominant performance, and must now take part in another derby as Fulham visit Griffin Park.
The contest is the final game before the November international break and Clarke is determined to go into the break on a high.
“Hopefully we can complete the double. We've got to train hard, relax, get together as a team and go again,” he said.
“It's going to be a fresh start for us. We've got to go again and take this performance into Friday's game and hopefully we can do that.”
Brentford have had the edge in recent west London derbies, winning three of the last four league meetings with a 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage the only time the Bees haven't picked up all three points.