Brentford manager Uwe Rosler wants to keep his side's momentum going when they face Crewe at the weekend.
Rosler made just two changes, one of which was enforced as Harlee Dean was suspended, for Saturday's 5-0 FA Cup win over non-league Staines Town.
That victory stretched Brentford's winning run to four matches and Rosler wants more of the same when the Alex visit Griffin Park.
"Crewe are a good footballing side," he said. "They can hurt any opposition if you let them play.
"We have to work on our pressing and we have been back to our best in the past few weeks.
"We will miss one or two players through international call-ups but if we play our best we have a good chance.
"No game is easy in our league and we have to fight for each inch to be on the winning side."