Star midfielder Nat Fyfe is confident Fremantle's best will be good enough against any opposition at any venue in the finals.
The Dockers continued their hot form with a 74-point belting of Port Adelaide, 21.8 (134) to 9.6 (60), at Patersons Stadium on Saturday night.
It was Fremantle's first win over a top-eight side since they beat Collingwood in round seven.
Fyfe said it was great to have momentum going into the finals.
"We are happy we are winning at the moment and playing some pretty good footy," Fyfe said.
"Port Adelaide, being a top-eight side, was a challenge yesterday, but I thought we handled it really well."
The Dockers look likely to play either Hawthorn or Geelong in Melbourne in week one of the finals in a fortnight.
"It looks like it is pretty much set in stone now, so we will prepare as best we can," Fyfe said.
"We acknowledge where we are at and it is exciting times.
"It is exciting for us and our members and supporters. We want to play the best sides, so we are happy with where we are at. There's a lot of work to do, though."
The 21-year-old said the Dockers weren't concerned about the prospect of travelling in consecutive weeks and would take confidence out of their elimination final win over Geelong at the MCG last year.
"We have done it before," Fyfe said. "We think our best footy stands up. We have got full faith in our game plan, full faith in (coach) Ross (Lyon) and we think we have got what it takes to play in the biggest games.
"Yesterday we played pretty well and if we bring our effort like we did yesterday against the best teams, we should go all right."
But Fyfe said it was vital that Fremantle focused on Saturday's clash with St Kilda at Etihad Stadium.
The Saints will be fired up, with Stephen Milne yesterday announcing it would be his last game, Justin Koschitzke to play his 200th, and last, game and Jason Blake also bowing out.
"We have got St Kilda to take care of on the weekend, another big game over in Melbourne and another chance to expose ourselves to the Melbourne environment, because we know we will be playing over there later in the year," Fyfe said.
"The more experience, the more practice we can get at those venues the better it will be for us."
Fyfe said the side's depth was as good as it had ever been, with Aaron Sandilands, Luke McPharlin, Clancee Pearce and Garrick Ibbotson all chances to return from injury on Saturday."We have done it before … we have got what it takes to play in the biggest games." " *Nat Fyfe *