Brentford star Yoann Barbet doesn't care how his side win their next game.

The Bees go into Saturday's London derby with Millwall four games unbeaten but are yet to win at Griffin Park.

Brentford have played well in games but not come away with maximum points so far, and now Barbet doesn't care if they win but play badly.

"We just want to win games coming up. If we keep playing how we have been, I'm not worried," said the 24-year-old.

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"We need some results and if we don't play very well but still win, then you have to be happy.

"It's more frustrating when you play really well and don't get the points you deserve.

"We just want three points on Saturday and to play well. But if we win and play bad, then I'll still be really happy.

"Our form has been good, it's good for the confidence for the team and the fans

"If we are not winning, we are not losing either, so that's really positive and we have to turn some little details to get the three points."

Yoann Barbet

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Games against Millwall, Sunderland and Birmingham now await them, with Preston North End also in between.

And Bees fans will be expecting results based on Millwall, Sunderland and Birmingham's league positions.

"The fans will probably expect us to get results coming up. We have two games at home coming up, and we haven't won yet at home," said Frenchman Barbet.

"Normally we would feel the pressure on our back but we'll do our best to win these two home games to feel a little bit more confident so we don't have to worry at the league table.

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"It has been really frustrating as we've been playing well and you think you deserve to win a few games.

"It has been hard but we're not panicking because we're playing well. If we were playing bad then we would say we have to change and do something.

"We just have to have a bit of a luck and be clinical."