GARY Alexander insists he's fighting fit and ready to help end Brentford's home hoodoo.
The former Millwall frontman is set to return to the squad for tomorrow's clash with Chesterfield as the Bees look for their first win at Griffin Park since August.
Alexander has been sidelined since the beginning of September with a knee problem, but is back in full training and in line to feature against the Spirites.
He said: “I've been training for a couple of weeks now and the knee feels fine.
“I've been swimming the whole time I was out to keep my cardio up, so I'm only short of match-fitness, which will come with games.”
Uwe Rosler reckons Alexander's absence has been a huge part to play in their dip in home form.
Clayton Donaldson has been playing as a lone striker, but the Bees boss is set to revert to a 4-4-2 formation tomorrow.
However, Alexander insists he feels no added pressure on his shoulders.
“People get injured, that's life,” he added.
“I don't feel any more pressure. Brentford fans know what I'm capable of.
“As a striker, it's obviously easier to play in a two up front, but we've been playing with one away from home and it's been working well.”
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