Florian Jozefzoon doesn't look at how much his opponents have cost a certain club; he only cares about beating them.
The Dutchman's Brentford side take on Wolves on Saturday afternoon and the Black Country outfit have spent over £20million during the window in a bid to win promotion to the Premier League.
Aston Villa and Derby both spent more in the summer of 2016 than the Bees had in their history to that point and it didn't stop both sides being beaten 3-0 and 4-0 respectively.
The winger said: “You can spend money on good players but a good player doesn't make a team. You have to be a good team to win games – I think the important thing is who is the better team and when you're on the pitch the money doesn't count anymore.
“The players don't put a price on themselves. It's the economics of football. They can't say I'm worth £10million etc.
“I never look at price as players don't decide the price. It's you and your opponent on the pitch. I don't care how much they spend.”
The international break follows Saturday's fixture and Jozefzoon is keen to return to see his family with a victory.
“It's good for us to go back to our families to see them but I want to go back with a good feeling so we have to beat Wolves first,” he added.
“When you lose a game, even if you play well, it doesn't sit well with me and I don't think it sits well with the other guys. I hope we win and think we will win.”