Jake Bidwell is gearing himself up for a return to Griffin Park on Saturday for the first time since leaving Brentford.

The Queens Park Rangers full-back has been on the end of five-straight defeats and will be looking to stop that run of form in the big west London derby.

Bidwell had a successful spell with Brentford but hopes to give the QPR fans "bragging rights" come 5pm tomorrow.

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Asked if he'll get a good reception from Bees fans, Bidwell isn't so sure - although he enjoyed his time with the club.

"I'm sure they'll be delighted to see me!," said the left-footed star.

"They are on a good run of form, so it will be a difficult trip. But we feel we can build on some of our second half performances lately, we can go and take advantage there.

Jake Bidwell returns to face old club Brentford on Saturday

"Anything can happen in a London derby. With us not having great results, that could go in our favour and form does go out of the window.

"You just have to approach it as normal as possible and hopefully we can give the fans the bragging rights at the end.

"It will also be a good way to end our run of form with a positive result in a London derby."

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