ALBERT Adomah says he is ready for this Saturday's return to the Riverside when Boro take on Brentford, and is confident the team will respond to the crowd expectation.

Boro have won both games since the international break after beating Huddersfield last Saturday and Cardiff on Tuesday night. 

However, despite now racking up three consecutive wins on the road, Adomah stressed how difficult it can be to build fine form at home.

"Home games are difficult no matter who you're playing," said Albert

"It doesn't matter if it's a big or small team you're playing, because the supporters always expect nothing less than you to win the game. 

"Obviously there's a little bit of pressure, but as players we just have to adapt to that. 

"Sometimes the game plan doesn't go the way you want and supporters get a little bit frustrated, but that's football."

Despite finishing as Boro's top scorer last season, Adomah is yet to find the net this campaign, but the winger insists he's not worried about bagging the goals himself.

"I know some of the supporters are having doubts thinking I'm not quite the same, but I've been involved in some of the goals even though I haven't scored," said Albert. 

"Because I finished top scorer people expect me to score straight away, but if the team is winning and I'm not scoring, the main thing is that we're winning."

Brentford are the next team to visit the Riverside, and Adomah is familiar with this weekend's opponents having faced them on many occasions in the past when playing in the lower leagues. 

"I've played against Brentford a few times in League Two, but now they're in the Championship and it's a different atmosphere," said Albert. 

"They've done really well to win promotion and are still doing well at this stage. 

"I think there are a few points in it between us, but if we can win on Saturday hopefully we can pull away from them."