Chris Powell says proving defeat at Derby County was merely a blip is a "driving force" for Huddersfield Town as they prepare to tackle Fulham at Craven Cottage.
The 3-2 Pride Park setback was a first defeat in eight Championship games, and Powell wants his 15th-placed side to respond with a victory in West London.
The boss is thrilled at the prospect of playing in front of around 2,700 travelling fans and said: "We want to represent their shirt in the right way.
"It's important that we go into the international break on the back of a bright performance. The players were very disappointed at Derby, and I want them to respond.
"I want them to show the result was just a blip against a more experienced side who have a good way of playing."
Powell watched 21st-placed Fulham fight back from two down to draw at home to Blackpool on Wednesday, and pointed out: "They have some good players.
"I know (manager) Kit Symons and (player) Scott Parker well, and they are both good football men, and they also have (striker) Ross McCormack back from suspension.
"They had a tough start to the season but like ourselves, they are finding some stability and getting some results now, and they will be competitive."