The Dutchman has previous experience with PSV Eindhoven when they took on hated rivals Feyenoord.
And, while he is not fully aware of what he can expect on Saturday, he will be using that experience ahead of the game.
He said: “It's amazing to play against Feyenoord for PSV. It may be different here. I will see it on Saturday but it will be nice I think.”
Brentford have won their last three home games, scoring eight goals in the process and conceding none and Jozefzoon hailed the Griffin Park support for their help.
He added: “Our home form has been great. The fans have been great for us and it's a good feeling on the pitch, even if things go bad they don't boo. That's different from Holland. They boo there but here they keep shouting.”
Jozefzoon doesn't hear the Brentford fans singing his name during the game due to being fully focused on the pitch but heard it as he was warming up against Derby on Good Friday and he appreciates the support from those in the stands.
He revealed: “When I was warming up last week, I heard the fans. In the game, I have tunnel vision and I go for the ball. It's nice they appreciate me.”