Yoann Barbet believes Brentford's run of fixtures will show how good this squad is.
The Bees face Hull later on Saturday (3pm kick off) before games with Barnsley, Norwich, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday and Wolves to take the club into the new year.
The west Londoners are seven points adrift of the play-offs but a strong run over the festive period could see the catapult into the top six chase, or leave them facing a slog for the rest of the season. He said: “I think this (run) could show how good we are. We know we are really good. A lot of teams are afraid to face us but we're not consistent enough.
“We have to learn from QPR and we can't draw those kind of games. We have a lot of chances every game but we have to defend a bit better.
“If we have two or three on the spin and we'll feel it's paying off. The first 10 games we were playing really well and we were thinking what do we have to do.
“We've had some wins and one loss in 13 games. We're confident but three wins in a row will make it hard to stop us.”
Brentford would be in the top six already if they had not dropped so many points from winning positions and it has been a frustration for Barbet and co.
He added: “We were all frustrated by playing well and not getting the results we deserve. But, you say you get what you deserve so if you draw you didn't do everything to win it.
“The gaffer didn't change his words and said to believe in what we're doing. We'll win games and be full of confidence then.
“One loss in 13 games I think is a great run and a tough run to have in this league. A few wins in a row and we'll be full of confidence.
“If we correct some little details, we can go really far. We don't have any limit. I haven't seen teams better than us.
“I think Wolves are the best team in the league but we're not afraid of playing any team. We know we play some of the best football. If we can take our chances and not concede, we'll go really far.”
Barbet is firmly a fans' favourite with his passion and he holds the supporters in equal regard.
He explained: “I really like playing here. I enjoy my job. I really like the fans and they like me as well. I'm happy for the team when we score such as the 2-1.
“It's a big derby for the fans so every time we score, I'm so happy. I try to give everything. I'm emotional and passionate and you can see it.”