Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha has made his Melbourne Derby intentions clear, with nothing but a win in his sights at Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
"This is a special game," Berisha said on Tuesday.
"For me this is what it's all about, these derbies are so special.
"We are No.1 in this town and we have to prove it.
"We need to win this game and I'm going to try everything, the boys are going to try everything and we are really looking forward to it."
"I think for me I have to focus now in this Derby and make sure I don't think what was in (the) past," he said.
"I just have to focus now and make sure I do my job and I am ready to score goals because it's a special game for the club and for the supporters, it's very, very important.
"For me, like a striker, I always said I love goals, I love scoring goals and it's going to be another opportunity this week and I'm going to be there and ready."
A bumper crowd is expected at Etihad Stadium, which will be in rectangular mode for the third and final Melbourne Derby of the season.
"I believe, like always, it's going be all navy blue," Berisha added.
French defender Matthieu Delpierre is nearing closer to a return from a foot injury, having returned to training with the squad.
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