Mark Warburton is confident his Brentford young guns won't buckle under pressure at Millwall tomorrow.
The Bees travel to the Den expecting a fiery atmosphere when they take on Ian Holloway's men in the first meeting between the sides since 2010.
However, Warburton says his side can cope and will relish the hot reception they receive in south-east London.
He said: “It’s going to be a tough encounter. They have never-say-die spirit and have a passionate manager. We have to go there and try and silence them.
“You either shy away from it (the atmosphere) or you relish it. Our players enjoy the challenge and won’t be intimidated. We have young players who will thrive off that pressure."
He added: “They are huge clubs and have bossed domestic and European leagues in the past. But we’re not playing the badge, we’re playing what they are now.
“We are a smaller club in comparison, but the longer we can stay under the radar the better.
“We like being dark horses. The longer that carries on the better. If people take us lightly then great.”
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