Spurs continue their Premier League campaign this evening when they face their local rivals at the Emirates Stadium.
After starting the season with a modest return of seven points from five games, Dier is keen for Tottenham to give the supporters some cheer against the Gunners.
"There's a bigger hype around a derby and there's more attention towards the game from everyone," he told the club's official website. "As players we all train hard every week, everyone tries their best every week.
"This game means a lot to the players and we want to make our supporters happy every weekend, not just against Arsenal. Having said that, we understand that against Arsenal they'll be even happier if we win, which we completely understand. We want to make them happy."
Dier has scored two goals in six games for Tottenham so far this season.