Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee says his side know they have a massive game on their hands against Notts County.
Uwe Rosler’s men sit just three points behind the sixth-placed Magpies and a victory at Griffin Park on Saturday could lift the Bees into the play-off places for the first time since December.
Brentford are enjoying a six-game unbeaten run, having won five matches in a row prior to the goalless draw at Hartlepool on Easter Monday.
Lee said: “For the first time this season the players feel that this is a really big game.
“We’ve been more or less where we want to be for the majority of the season but we have a real chance to be in the play-offs if we beat Notts County.
“We’ll wait and see how we deal with the occasion but we are in great form at the moment. Confidence is back in the team and everyone is enjoying their football again.”