NICKY Forster doesn't believe Brentford's win over Carlisle on Friday night will give them a psychological advantage in the JPT Final.
The Bees moved up to 10 th in League One when a Jeffrey Schlupp brace gave them a 2-1 win over the Cumbrians at Griffin Park.
And the two teams will meet again next Sunday at Wembley, where Brentford will be looking to win their first cup final in 69 years.
Forster said: “We want to be careful about thinking things like we have won the first leg, it will be back to 0-0 next Sunday and a whole new game.
“It will also be a very different venue, a very different atmosphere and a very different occasion, so you can't read too much into our win.
“The two games will be poles apart, so there is no psychological advantage in us having won the league game.”