Scott Hogan is keeping things simple ahead of Brentford's trip to Aston Villa on Wednesday night.
The Villans have had a difficult start to life in the second tier, despite spending over £50million on new recruits this summer – their net spend was in the region of £30m.
Despite a massive gulf in budget, Hogan believes that the contest is just between 22 players on the pitch at any one time.
He said: “It is just another game where I will get chances and I’ll score goals. If we do what we did today then we will pick up three points.
“We’ll get back on the bus and we’ll prepare for Saturday, it is just another game of football.
“At the end of the day it is 22 players on the pitch and as long as our 11 players do the job we win the game. It is as simple as that.”
Hogan has bagged four braces during his time at Brentford but the hat-trick has eluded him so far but he believes that will come.
He added: “I should have (got one at Brighton). At the end of last season the pairs came while not playing 90 minutes, I was playing 45 minute, 25 minute, 16 minute bursts.
“The hat-trick will come, when I was at Rochdale it took me a while but when it came I got two within weeks of each other.
“I got injured then but if I hadn’t I would have got more. I believe I should have had four without a shadow of a doubt. They’ll come, I get chances, so it’ll come.”