Sean Scannell is eager to help Huddersfield Town end the season “with a bang” to make up for the heavy 4-0 defeat by Bristol City.
David Wagner’s side host Brentford having slipped to 19th in the Championship.
The winger was powerless to stop Bristol in their tracks as Lee Johnson’s side ran amok after the break at Ashton Gate last Saturday.
But he is determined to do his bit to help Town end the campaign on a high with a 14th league win.
“We need to make things up to the fans, especially those who went to Bristol,” said Scannell.
“It was a deeply disappointing result and obviously not the one we wanted.
“Now we need to show how much it hurts by bouncing back for the last game of the season and beating Brentford.
“The good thing is that I sense there’s a real determination within the dressing room to make amends and give the fans something to shout about and go home happy.”
Scannell, hoping for his 30th appearance of an injury-hit season, added: “The fans deserve it because have been brilliant and they always get behind us.
“Even though we lost heavily against Bristol they stayed behind us and that means a lot to the players.”
Scannell, who came on as a second-half substitute after Joe Bryan had put the Robins 2-0 up, was at a lost to explain the capitulation that followed a promising opening half hour.
“It was a strange match,” he added.
“It was one of those games where everything that could go wrong for us went badly wrong and everything that could go well for Bristol City went really well.
“Everything came off for them, like Lee Tomlin’s goals, but you do get that sort of game.
“The main thing is to make sure there’s a positive reaction to it and we must come back strongly.
“I feel we’re lucky that there’s another game left, but we need to show the fans what we didn’t show them last week.”