Brentford manager Dean Smith has urged supporters to help recreate the atmosphere at Griffin Park which saw his side remain unbeaten until mid-October.
The Bees have successive home games against Cardiff and Norwich, and having beaten Burton Albion 2-1 last time out, have the chance to make it three in a row.
"The support has been fantastic and I hope we repaid them with wins over Bristol City and Burton and we can carry on that.”
Smith also gave his thoughts on the argument for a winter break, which he feels would result in his side facing a hectic schedule in other parts of the season.
The Brentford boss said: “There's always been an argument for the Christmas break. I think they have it in Germany so there is the argument for it.
"But then we'd be thrown more midweek games and the three game weeks are hard enough as it is. You end up pushed for time to fit the games in.”
The former Walsall manager also praised the performances of goalkeeper Daniel Bentley as well as new signings John Egan and Romaine Sawyers, signed in the summer from Gillingham and Walsall respectively.
He explained: “Dan has played his part in seven or eight clean sheets this season which is a good total coming up to the halfway point.
"He's been an excellent signing for us as have John Egan and Romaine Sawyers who is coming into his own and we've got Rico (Henry) coming back in January.”
Smith’s men face Cardiff at lunchtime on Boxing Day before a 5:30pm fixture at home to Norwich on Saturday.
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