Romaine Sawyers is hoping for a repeat performance tonight of his stunning goal for Brentford at Loftus Road last season.
The midfielder secured a first win at Loftus Road in more than 50 years for the Bees with the second goal in a 2-0 victory in October last year.
Since then, Dean Smith's men have gone on to beat their West London rivals twice more, and Sawyers is keen to keep up that impressive derby record.
“It's a massive game,” he said. “We know how much it means to the fans and the club. Since I've been here we've had quite a good spell against them, so long may it continue.
“That goal meant so much to me, being my first goal for Brentford and being against a rival. You can see from the celebrations how much it meant to me and the boys.
“It was instinct really – I called for it, and when it came it I knew I was going to hit it first time. It was a good night – we had a game plan, and I just happened to be a part of it.
“It was a good memory, and hopefully there will be a repeat performance with the goal and the result – we've got to keep believing
“We've beaten them once this season, and hopefully we will go there with the same confidence, knowing what we can do, and kick on again.”
If they are to make it another derby night to remember, Brentford will have to up their performance level from the drab display in last week's 1-1 home draw with Burton Albion.
The Bees have been struggling to recapture the form they were showing before the international break, and Sawyers is keen for them to start building some momentum again.
“We tried to stick to our game plan (against Burton) and do what we're about, but they came with a plan to upset us and try to hurt us,” he added.
“We had a bit of fortunate with the magic from Flo and I thought that would get us over the line. We had to build on that and defend properly, but the one time we lapsed in concentration we got punished, so it was frustrating.
“We know the standards we have set, and against Cardiff and Burton we haven't reached the standards we want to achieve. Momentum is key, especially in this league.
“Anyone can beat anyone, and we've got to believe we can beat any of the teams in this league. We need to try and get that momentum going again and start another run."