David Raya believes Brentford have already proven their Premier League credentials ahead of their promotion showdown with Fulham.

Raya will make his first Wembley appearance in Tuesday’s play-off final with Fulham, in a meeting of the sides that finished neck-and-neck in the Championship table.

Both could have sealed promotion on the final day, and overcame Welsh opposition in the semi-finals, as the Bees overturned a 1-0 first leg deficit to beat Swansea 3-2 on aggregate, while Fulham suffered defeat on Thursday night, but still progressed to the final via the same scoreline over two legs.

Brentford signed off from Griffin Park on Wednesday, ahead of the move to their new 17,250 capacity stadium less than a mile away, and Raya feels the club is ready to make the next step.

Should they do so, then Rovers would be due a six-figure fee on top of the £3m deal that took the Spaniard to Brentford last summer.

He said: “We’re capable of being in the Premier League, we have shown it the whole season. We have a good group, a good team and play good football.

“It’s a massive opportunity for us and we deserve to be in the final after how we won eight in a row.We were two points from automatic promotion and we can fight to get into the Premier League and then have a good go.

“I think we are able to go into the Premier League and achieve things but the important one is on Tuesday.”

Brentford had lost three straight games before Tuesday’s 3-1 second-leg win over the Swans.

A 1-0 defeat at Stoke before a 2-1 loss to Barnsley on the final day denied them an automatic promotion spot as West Brom stumbled over the line having failed to win any of their last four games.

But Raya insisted: “We learned from the Stoke and Barnsley games, we learned for the first leg against Swansea and then on Tuesday.

“We have to play like we did on Tuesday. We were brave, we were dominating the whole game.

“When West Brom lost against Huddersfield on the Friday before we played at Stoke we said it was an opportunity to take over. It didn’t happen but Stoke stopped us playing.

“We went on an eight-game winning streak and in any league that’s really difficult. It always has to end and it was frustrating and disappointing to miss the chance but that’s the past.”