Roar were the last team to claim victory over Wellington at their home ground back in October 2008 thanks to a headed goal from Josh McCloughan.

Since then Ricki Herbert's side have gone on to record an impressive run of 14 wins and 10 draws.

While Wellington will take the field after a 10 day rest, Brisbane are in the middle of a hectic run of games that has seen them play five times since the beginning of October.

Despite their busy schedule, Postecoglou has been impressed with the way his squad has conducted themselves since the squad started their away trip on Friday.

"Everyone has recovered well, we've had a couple of sessions over here and they're all fine, no issues after the weekend," he said.

"There are some challenges with different time zones and different weather and so forth, but the players have been very professional so far."

The last time the two sides met back in week four, former Phoenix player Kosta Barbarouses' first goal in Roar colours was the decisive strike against his hometown club at Suncorp Stadium.

While admitting another victory over their trans-Tasman rivals would be sweet, Postecoglou stressed the most important factor for him is still on the overall performance on the park.

The Roar coach's sentiments are even more appropriate given Saturday's frustrating game against Sydney FC where Brisbane dominated long periods of the game but only came away with a point.

"We've been pretty consistent in saying that it's about our performances, if we keep playing good football and we keep playing well, the rest should take care of itself," he said.

"Even the result is secondary to the performance.

"We weren't really happy with the way things went in the first half (against Sydney), certainly in the second half the boys picked it up, regardless we could have got the points.

"From our point of view, we want to be consistent in our performances and keep improving, and the players are well aware of that."

In Roar's fifth trip to Westpac Stadium, Postecoglou said he was likely to make some minor changes to the side that drew with Sydney, but hadn't decided on the make-up of his team just yet.

Outside of the eleven players that started against the Sky Blues, the Brisbane coach has a wealth of attacking options to call upon including Wellington-born Barbarouses, Costa Rican striker Jean Carlos Solorzano, left-footed Rocky Visconte and full-back Milan Susak.

"We've got a squad of 16 over here and we've got some options to change things around a little bit," he added.

"We will probably freshen up a bit and will probably do the same for Saturday's game."