Marcus Forss scored two in Brentford B's 3-2 win over Barnet on Tuesday afternoon. Speaking to iFollow after the final whistle in North London, the 18-year-old was glad to see the team improving on recent results.
"We did really well as a team," said Marcus. "I'm proud of us as a team because we've been on a losing streak. To show the character to come here and win is brilliant."
Alan Judge made a scoring return to action in the match, something that Marcus describes as a learning opportunity for the whole squad.
"It's a great experience playing with him because he's a First Team player. That's where we are trying to get to, so to see what he does on the pitch is brilliant."
Getting a brace on Tuesday afternoon took Marcus to 10 goals for the season. When asked about this milestone, he gave a concise answer: "It's good, but I always want to get more."
Marcus has also just been called up to the Finland Under-19 squad for a match with Italy on Wednesday 13 December. He explained his relief after coming through a spell of injuries earlier this term.
"Because of the injury," he said. "I haven't been able to be with them at all until now. So it's good to get back there as well.
"Before the game Kevin [O'Connor] said I needed to improve my fitness and prove a point, so I think I've done that. Overall I am happy, it was very good from the team."