He believes having the A-League grand final in Western Australia for the first time is special for both the club and the state.

"It's going to be massive - not just for us players but also for the club and the Western Australian people," Djublic said.

"Now you walk down the street and everyone's wishing you good luck, people you've never seen or never heard of. It's big. I think the whole community of Western Australia is coming together."

Sydney FC finished second on the ladder this season and the defender is expecting a tough encounter,

"Sydney FC are a good team," he said.

"They've been on tthe op for the past few years. We know it's not going to be an easy game, and you wouldn't expect it to be an easy game in the final. But I think as long as we stay focused tactically and not switch off, we should be OK."