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'I think we can do great things'

Sergi Canos reflects on a mixed season overall and previews the 17/18 campaign for The Bees

20 May 2017

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Sergi Canos is looking forward to big things from Brentford as they head into the summer break. Speaking to iFollow after the Club's Player of the Year awards, the Spaniard is hoping that the team attack the 2017/18 season from the very beginning.

The 20-year-old started his chat with a quick look at the Blackburn defeat at Griffin Park. He said: "I think it's a bit disappointing today, the result, but that doesn't make our season look bad. In the two or three months, the time I've been here, we've been winning more than we were losing and that's a good thing."

Since his return in January, Sergi linked up with fellow countryman Jota as well as several new faces that joined The Bees in the summer.

"My relationship with Jota, you can see, we are always together and we laugh. It's a very good relationship.

"I found it really easy this season because Romaine is an unbelievable player, Dan another amazing keeper, 'Eags' another one. I could say everyone, Flo also, it's been easy and it's been fun to play with these players."

Sergi featured in almost every game since he rejoined the squad at Griffin Park, something he was happy to celebrate.

"It's been very pleasing for me and for my family because I didn't have a very good time in Norwich. Now I'm playing and I'm showing where I am and that's very pleasing for me.

"My relationship with Dean and Richard is also very good. They have always shown me they believe in me and as does Thomas. I met him this year and, like Dean and Richard, he has been very good."

Sergi's time with Brentford has also brought with it a call to the Spanish Under-19 squad. Sergi is also setting his sights on international football, but won't get carried away just yet.

"That's one target I have in mind but for now I just want to enjoy my football and try to score more goals for the fans.

"I have no words for the welcome they gave me when I came back. Off the pitch and on the pitch, the love they show me is unbelievable and I can only say thanks."

As for next year, the winger wants to see himself and the team push on from their tenth place finish.

"It's always a target to be better than what I was. I will come back stronger for pre-season and I think we can do great things."

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