Nigel Adkins' appointment at Hull City changes nothing for Brentford defender Yoann Barbet.
The Tigers squad will be keen to give their new boss a fast start but, for the Frenchman, it is only on what the Bees do that matters.
And Barbet also discounted Hull's league position and he expects the Humberside club to pose the west Londoners a stern test.
He said: “For me, it changes nothing. Maybe they'll be thinking about giving the new manager a win.
“We play our game. We don't think about the opponent. We have our job and we need to focus on our game. We know it'll be difficult but we'll have chances to win this one.
“We've had some good days this week to prepare for the game. It'll be a tough game tomorrow. Hull don't deserve to be where they are.
“We know they're a tough team. They were in the Premier League last year. They have some great players and they can score a lot of goals. We just have to focus on ourselves and the way they are playing.”
Hull will be looking to play their open and expansive game which, much like Fulham did last week, could play into Brentford's hands.
“I think it will be an open game. We'll always go out to win games. I think it'll be open as they score a lot of goals and we have a lot of chances. Hopefully we can score more than them,” Barbet added.
“You saw against Fulham. They take risks. They have a lot of pace. We have the players to attack the spaces.
“I think we can be a lot better as we had a lot of counter to counter situations. Hopefully we can score from these situations.”
The win over Fulham has lifted the spirits in the camp and Barbet believes that the Bees are only a good team with the potential of being great.
He explained: “We are full of confidence. We could have more wins but when you lose only one in this league.
“We're a good team, not a great team. If we can win a few in a row then we'll become a great team and reach the play-offs as soon as possible.”