Brentford captain Harlee Dean is keen to see the Bees overhaul their 65 points from last season's efforts this time around.
The west Londoners would need to win five and draw another to reach 66 points and with winnable fixtures remaining this season there is a confidence they can record a strong points haul.
Play-offs appear beyond Dean Smith's side and Brentford should have enough points to guarantee a fourth season in the Championship already meaning the skipper is eyeing a strong end, much like last year where they won seven of their last nine games.
Harlee Dean said: “We are looking to do better than last year. We want to perform and carry on playing well at home and finish the season like we did last year.
“There's not a lot to play for now but you never know what happens in this league. We're concentrating on game by game and that's how we approach it.”
First up for Brentford is a home game against struggling Bristol City, who are in danger of being relegated back to League One.
Dean, though, believes that the Robins are a better side than their league position makes out and, in Tammy Abraham, they have a player who can cause problems.
He added: “I think Bristol City are a good team. I watched them on telly against Huddersfield and they're a good side.
“Results haven't gone their way but their performances have been good. They've not had the rub of the green which happens in the Championship.
“They've got good players and it'll be a tough test. We've worked hard in the international break and we're looking for a win.
“Tammy Abraham is a good player. He's scored a lot of goals this season.”
Saturday's contest is the start of a run where the Bees play five games in 17 days and, for Dean, those periods are the most enjoyable as there is a good run of fixtures.
He explained: “That's what you enjoy as a footballer. There's not as much training so you're playing and recovering and hopefully getting the points up.”