Marco Djuricin is keen to write his name into Brentford folklore by helping the Bees to a first league double over QPR since the 1964/65 season.
The Austrian scored the only goal of the game at Griffin Park on October 30 to give Brentford a first win over Rangers since a 6-1 win in August 1965.
It was the striker’s last goal for the club as an ankle ligament injury sustained a week later against Blackburn ruled him out for 10 weeks.
“I hope I can score against them again,” Djuricin said. “It was very nice to win that day for the first time (since 1965).
“It’s a highlight for me. I have my chance to score against them again.”
He added: “It’s my last goal. I must play better and score goals – it’s not enough. We must play better as a team.”
Djuricin believes the injury has affected his season as, prior to it, he had scored four goals in 11 appearances.
Since his return, though, Djuricin has not been on the scoresheet and he admitted it has been difficult to return to fitness in the Championship.
He explained: “I was in form and then I was out for 10 weeks and it’s not so easy to come back in the Championship.
“I hope I can play better and show my form. I’m feeling a bit better.”
The Bees have been in poor form since the turn of the year, winning just twice, drawing once and losing nine games.
Fans booed the side off after a 2-1 home defeat to relegation threatened Charlton, which followed a reverse by the same scoreline to struggling Rotherham.
And Djuricin knows the only way to silence the frustrated supporters is by giving them bragging rights over Rangers fans.
In pictures: Brentford fans during the 2-1 loss to Charlton
He said: “We’ve lost two games to two of the worst teams, Charlton and Rotherham, where we were very poor.
“We must win against QPR. It’s a good game to bounce back from (the poor recent results).”