UWE Rosler insists Brentford have nothing to fear ahead of tomorrow's visit of high-flying Sheffield United.
The Bees go into the game on the back of three wins on the spin at Griffin Park , while the promotion-chasing Blades have suffered back-to-back defeats.
Rosler's men went down 2-0 at Bramall Lane back in August, but he insists his side have improved since that miserable afternoon in Sheffield.
He said: “League One is tough and they will see us as strong competitors.
“When we played them earlier in the season I was still learning lessons and we know as a group of players how to address things.
“If we play to our maximum there's no real difference between the teams, but they have shown throughout the season they are a top side.”
Shaleum Logan is in contention to return to the squad after a thigh problem, but Marcel Eger and Karleigh Osborne will feature in next week's development game with West Ham before being considered for first-team duty.
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