HARLEE Dean insists Brentford's young guns won't bottle it on the big stage.
The Bees take on Yeovil Town in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday with a place in the Championship up for grabs.
Uwe Rosler's young side have defied the odds this season to reach the home of football, despite their final-day disappointment against Doncaster that saw them miss out on automatic promotion in heartbreaking fashion.
And Dean, who held his nerve in the semi-final penalty shoot-out win against Swindon, insists they won't freeze.
He vowed: “I'm pretty sure no one will let the occasion get to them.
“We've played in front of 40,000 fans at Chelsea earlier this season and no one froze then.
“It might be a young side, but we wouldn't have bounced back from the Doncaster game if we didn't have guts in the squad.
“The age of the team doesn't matter because it's just another game of football to us.”
Yeovil have done the double over Brentford this season, winning 3-1 at Griffin Park back in August before a thumping 3-0 victory in the return game in February.
But Dean doesn't think their failure to beat the Glovers will have a bearing on the game, adding: “It's a cup final. We've lost to Yeovil twice but that won't mean anything.
“It's a big pitch, nice surface that will suit our style of play, so I think they've got everything to be worried about.”
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