Alex Pritchard is not concerned by the talent Derby have at their disposal, believing his Brentford team-mates have enough to win Saturday's game.
The Bees are a point behind the Rams with five games remaining of an enthralling Championship season and they beat Saturday's opponents in dramatic style when the two sides met in November.
Steve McClaren's side are blessed with quality all through the squad, with the likes of Will Hughes, Chris Martin and Darren Bent the standout players, but the Tottenham loanee is not thinking about their strengths, only Brentford's.
He said: “We've got talent so it's just another game. We're all human beings so we'll get on with it.
“All the games on Sky are massive and, in the position we're in, all eyes will be on it. If we go there, play our football then we can get our result.
“There's going to be twists and turns. We need to get our game going and get the three points.”
Brentford will need their fans to turn up in good voice at the iPro Stadium and Pritchard has been impressed with their loyalty and dedication.
He added: “They've been amazing. The fans were getting behind us at 2-0 down. They've got to be patient. We're not going to fling it in the box as we're not the tallest team.”