Ben Osborn believes that Nottingham Forest can make The City Ground a difficult place to visit if they keep on putting in good performances and getting results.
The Reds did both against Sheffield Wednesday in midweek and the midfielder wants more of the same when Rotherham visit on Saturday.
He said: "Our home form has been good in recent times, so teams will be a bit wary coming here. With our attacking players as well, they won't want to give us the time and space. If it is an open game we will probably be the favourites so we will have to see.
"It is another huge game. If we beat Rotherham then it will have been a really positive week but we have to take it one step at a time, not look at anything else.
"It is going to be a tough game, they are doing okay and are in half-decent form with a couple of good results. We have to go in with the same attitude and try and get the three points."
Osborn said that the squad can feel a good run of form is around the corner following their displays against Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday this week.
"I don't want to jinx it but we had been feeling that," he said. "We were disappointed not to come away with a win from Swansea then the result on Wednesday night was massive.
"We do feel like something is turning, the way we have been playing has been better since the Brentford game. We have been a lot more aggressive and we need to be dominating the games a bit more, so it feels like there could be a run coming."