Lasse Vibe may have swapped shirts with Branislav Ivanovic after Denmark beat Serbia 3-1 in 2014 but the Brentford man doesn't think the Chelsea veteran knows who he is.

The Dane played 90 minutes as his country came from a goal down to triumph by three goals to one in Belgrade.

Vibe reckons Ivanovic may have binned his shirt but he still keeps the Blues defenders shirt hung up at his London home and hopes that all at Chelsea remember his name after Saturday's meeting between the two sides.

He said: “I played against Matic and Ivanovic for Denmark against Serbia. I don't think they knew who I was.

“I actually got Ivanovic's shirt which was really nice of him. I think he might have binned mine which I wouldn't blame him for.

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“We were winning 3-1 away and they were struggling. He wasn't very happy. He told me to wait until we got in to get the shirt.

“I almost forgot about it and one of our staff members spoke to one of their staff members. I've still got it in my house. It's nicely on a hanger.”

Vibe admitted it'd be a fairytale to score a winner in front of the 6,000 Brentford fans housed in the Shed End but scoring goals is what he dreams about every night.

“It would be a fairytale to score a 90th minute winner. You dream of scoring a hat-trick every week. That's the way it works. It's a special game and hopefully we can do really well,” he added.

“It's up there. The FA Cup we can look at in different ways. You want to focus on the league but it's a big tournament you want to do well in.

“I'm happy we've got a big team now. We'll see what we go for. Going to their place is a proud moment but it's just football. If we go there and get beaten five or six nil it'll be a disappointment.”

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