We have won six out of eight games this season at the Lane, with one draw, and the boss feels it is vital to head into the tough festive period on a high.
"It is important for us to maintain our winning formula at home. We've got three away games over Christmas and keeping our run going is the main priority from our side of the fence."
Manchester City, Newcastle and Southampton provide our away-day opposition as the season heads into the New Year but, before that, comes the challenge of attempting to redress the balance against Arsenal.
It was just three games and four week ago that we fell to the disappointing defeat at Highbury and Glenn says this will do nothing to dull the passion involved in these encounters.
"It is unusual for the derby match to come around so quickly - but that is how the computer worked it.
"It is always a big game whatever time we play them in the season, but there are no extra points because it is a north London derby. Both teams will be motivated to try and get the three points, I'm sure."
Glenn insists the most important issue on Sunday is the picking up of points to continue our impressive home record.