Ian Holloway has called on one of his Queens Park Rangers players to step up and produce of moment of brilliance in the west London derby on Monday evening.
A full house is expected at Loftus Road in front of the television cameras, as the two rivals come together.
Rangers haven't had the best of results lately and will be looking to kickstart their season again with a win against the Bees.
Holloway still has the Championship play-offs in his sights and believes their performances from a few home games this season can give his side belief.
"It's all about confidence," he said.
"Right now we need to dig in and get a result against these to start us up another run, to get us up around those play-offs because it's so tight.
"It will be tight, it will be close. We have already proved we can beat the so-called best at home, so let's have a go at Brentford because I think they'll end up higher than they are at the minute.
"They move the ball around well and for us it's about putting the ball in the back of the net and keeping it out of ours.
"At the minute, I have a bigger problem than them because we let far too many in last year and didn't score as many as we should do.
"My goalkeeper had to make more saves probably than any other. At the moment, my team have let in eight and scored in in the last three games.
"Before that, it wasn't that bad. So we have a huge mountain to climb. But we have to put that behind us and this is a big opportunity to do that against Brentford at home.
"Some of our home form this season has been as good as anything I have seen for quite a while.
"We need one of those performances on Monday night in front of the television cameras.
"Someone has got to get off the sick bed or out of the cold and show me 'wow, what a player you are'."