Mark Warburton is expecting a high standard of football when his Nottingham Forest side take on Brentford on Saturday.
The Reds make the trip down to the capital to take on Dean Smith’s side following victories against Millwall and Shrewsbury Town.
Warburton, who managed Brentford from 2013 to 2015, is looking forward to returning to Griffin Park.
He said: “I am looking forward to going back. It is a tremendous old football ground with a great atmosphere. I am looking forward to seeing some old friends but hopefully we can deliver a performance.
“They have a talented squad which is well coached by Dean and his staff. It is a tough place to go to but one we are looking forward to. It will be different to the last league game but we are looking forward to it.
“Millwall were very good on the night at what they do but this will be a different type of challenge and we need to prepare for it.
“They will look to play out of the back and take care of the football, as will we. I hope it is a high-quality game of football that everyone enjoys and the points come our way.”