Striker Scott Hogan has warned Aston Villa he should have scored more than his brace at Brighton & Hove Albion and he is looking to cash in for Brentford at the fallen Premier League giants tonight.

The 24-year-old's double accounted for the Seagulls on Saturday to fire head coach Dean Smith's men up to 10th in the Championship table.

And Hogan is looking for a repeat performance at Villa Park.

“I’ve always said that if I get four or five chances a game I’m confident of scoring half of them. From my point of view, I should have scored more goals," he said on Saturday.

“Now we cannot rest. We have to push on and if we play like we did at Brighton in 80 per cent of the games we have got a great chance of being top six or top two.

"Its another game [at Villa]. We’ll create chances, score goals, keep clean sheets and, hopefully, we’ll get three points. I’m not bothered who we play.

"There are some big clubs in this league with big fan bases, big stadiums, but, at the end of the day, it comes down to the 22 players on the pitch.

“We are 11 of them and if we do our jobs and play well we’ll beat them. I have no doubt about that.”