Ryan Woods said Brentford’s London derby with rivals Queens Park Rangers is the perfect chance to write the wrongs of Saturday.
Brentford deservedly were on the wrong side of a 2-0 score line as Barnsley travelled south and emerged worthy winners.
But live in front of the Sky cameras the Bees midfielder said it presents the perfect opportunity to move on.
Woods said: “What a better game to do it, it’s a massive game for the whole club and we’ve got to put this behind us now, get into training and get focused on Friday to hopefully turn our local rivals over.
“We’ll all be really looking forward to it, our focus will be on that from Monday and hopefully we can get the three points.”
Woods was involved in both fixtures last year when Brentford won 1-0 at Griffin Park thanks to a Marco Djuricin strike in October before being of the receiving end of a 3-0 hiding at Loftus Road in March.
The midfielder is hoping the club can replicate a similar result to the one they experienced under Lee Carsley’s temporary tenure and acknowledges just how much the fixture will mean to the fans.
Woods added: “Every game is the same but this one will mean a lot more to the fans. It was an amazing fixture to be involved in last year and were all looking forward to the game on Friday.
"Hopefully we’ll be able to repeat what we did to them last year at our place and another three points on the board and that’ll look a lot better.”