Sergi Canós was disappointed with the result in last night's 1-1 draw with Burton Albion, but pleased to have got more minutes under his belt. He spoke to iFollow after the final whistle to discuss the match, his impact and QPR next week.
"I think it was a difficult game for us," said Sergi. "I think we couldn't break them down. I think the first half was difficult and then in the second half we had Florian's free-kick. After that the game opened up a little bit, and we had some chances, but I think we were unlucky with the goal we conceded."
Sergi was brought on after 52 minutes, then was brought down on the edge of the box. Florian Jozefzoon struck the resulting free-kick over the wall and into the net. Sergi was pleased to have been involved, but still heaped praise on the Dutchman.
"I created the free-kick but Flo has to put it in the top corner," said Sergi. "So I'm happy that I made a difference but, as I said before, it was a difficult game and a bad result for us."
The 20-year-old also mentioned how good it feels to be back on the pitch and playing football in front of the crowd at Griffin Park after he missed the start of the season through injury. He said: "Every time the gaffer gives me some minutes to play then I'm grateful, and I'm trying to enjoy football again after my two injuries. I'm just trying to get back to where I was, to myself.
"I love the fans and I'm happy they like me too, so I have no words for that. Every time I get the ball I can hear the noise and that drives me. That is unbelievable for me because it makes me even more motivated than I am."
Brentford's next match is a West London derby with Queens Park Rangers on Monday 27 November, Sergi believes the team is ready to go and fight for a win.
"Of course the last two results weren't very good for us but we are ready," said Sergi. "We are all really looking forward to that game."