Boss hails Brentford’s ‘dramatic change’

Brentford manager Uwe Rosler says his side are full of confidence and enjoying their football again after grabbing a fifth straight league win.

The Bees, who endured a rocky start to the season, moved fourth in League One by thrashing Crewe 5-0 at Griffin Park.

The victory set them up nicely for next weekend’s clash with leaders Wolves at Molineux.

Rosler declared: “Our game has changed dramatically. Through confidence we now have more players bombing into the box and different attacking options.

Marcello Trotta
Trotta has been in good form

“I told the players they have to work even harder every week to keep up the momentum and they are doing that.

“They enjoyed themselves today. I was delighted with our work-rate and determination and we were clinical especially, in the second half.

“It was a very good performance, I’m happy about the clean sheet and now everyone looks forward to going to Molineux.”

On-loan Fulham striker Marcello Trotta opened the scoring before goals from Adam Forshaw and George Saville and a brace from Clayton Donaldson completed the rout.

And Rosler reserved special praise for Trotta, whose form has improved in recent weeks.

“Week-in, week-out Marcello Trotta is working harder and leading the line well,” Rosler said.

“He has come along way since he came back. We know he can score goals, that’s why we have him, but the work-rate he is putting in now is day and night.

“He has arrived as a Brentford player and is now fully committed to our cause.”



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