BRENTFORD striker Marcello Trotta insists he's got an added incentive heading into Sunday's FA Cup clash with Chelsea.
The on-loan frontman admits he's desperate to dump out the holders at Griffin Park – and get one over on Fulham's rivals in the process.
Trotta has plundered three goals in nine starts since making the switch to TW8 in November.
The Italian was left out of the side that drew with Leyton Orient in midweek but is likely to be restored to the team to face the European champions.
And the talented 20-year-old says he's hoping to spring a surprise on Rafa Benitez's boys.
He said: “Being a Fulham player I have an extra incentive as they are our rivals.
“When you play against a team like Chelsea you always want to do well anyway, especially in front of the TV cameras.
“It will be difficult - Chelsea are a huge club. It's very exciting for us to play them.
“It would be great to play and would be the biggest game of my career.
“But we can't get too excited. It's important not to get overcome by the occasion.”
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