Alejandro Faurlin isn’t fussed how QPR play on Saturday – just as long as they beat Brentford.
The midfielder is smarting from three defeats to west London rivals this season – and knows this is the last chance to put it right for 2015-16.
Back in Argentina, there is only one derby Faurlin sweats over. Here it can be double, treble and onwards to almost infinity with 12 teams in the capital.
Rangers longest serving player is unimpressed.
“If you play Fulham it’s a derby; if you play Brentford it’s a derby; if you play Millwall it’s a derby”, he said.
“In Argentina, you have just one derby. It doesn’t matter how you play that game, you don’t have to play well, you have to win that game”.
“Here you have five or six across the season to play, which is too many in my opinion.
It doesn’t matter how we play that game [Brentford], we need to make sure we get the three points for the fans and everyone at the club.”
He may also have preferred to plant his backside on the bench when gifting Fulham their second goal in the 4-0 hammering at the Cottage back in September.
Faurlin was injured for the return 3-1 humbling last month by the Whites, but now insists it’s payback time.
“They [the fans] deserve it,” he said. “I think it’s going to be a massive game for us. We are well aware of it and we want to get a result”," he added.
“We feel for the fans because they are waiting for these games and we want to do well in these games as well; it’s horrendous really.
“They [the fans] expressed themselves in the Fulham home defeat and they have a right to, so we need to take it on the chin and learn. I think the only way is to go again and put it right”.