Brentford will look to attack and try and cut the goal difference gap to Ipswich as the battle for the play-offs heats up.
The Bees are three points and four goals behind the Tractor Boys with two games remaining in their first season in the Championship in 21 years.
And they will be looking for a strong win at Reading to cut the gap and increase the pressure going into the final day of the season.
Manager Mark Warburton said: “We always (look for goals). You can't accuse us of not being aggressive. We look to maintain momentum and we're well aware of the goal difference. We want to get the right result.”
Brentford missed a chance to gain on Ipswich last Saturday as they drew 2-2 with Bolton, leaving them as outsiders for the play-offs and Warburton does not want that to happen again.
He added: “It would be frustrating. We've had chances against Bolton and we look at what we do. We knew the result from earlier.
“We could go gung-ho and had we conceded and 78 is still a strong total to post. It's a big figure in any year. Hopefully it's enough so we've got to focus on ourselves.
“We know what we have to do and it's about us going on there and imposing ourselves. We want to enjoy it. We have a big following so we need to enjoy playing in front of them.”
After a gruelling 44 games so far, Warburton believes there are more twists and turns to come as the Championship season reaches its climax.
He said: “You look at last weeks game where Derby conceded three in seven minutes. There are no gimmies. Derby are going to Millwall and depending on the Rotherham situation they could have a lifeline. Ipswich have Forest and Blackburn. We can only worry about ourselves.
“That's the nature of the division. It's nip and tuck. I'm sure Ipswich and Derby would say they're happy where they are than we are but it's one goal in the 93rd minute and the whole landscape changes.”
That said, Warburton knows Reading, who Brentford beat 3-1 earlier in the season will pose a stern test to his side as they look to end their season on a high.
He explained: "There's no easy games. They're playing for their contracts. The list of players out of contract is as thick as the bible.
"They're fighting for their contracts or impress owners, managers and coaches. The last game you play sticks in the head.
"Reading will be a tough test in a good stadium. They did well against Arsenal and played last night. They're fit; Steve Clarke will have his team in a great shape.
"No player wants to lose a game of football. It is a bit of a derby. They won't want to lose that game. We had the game watched and I wanted it to be about us. We're looking at what we do on Saturday. It's about us and what we do."