Thomas Frank says there is plenty more to come from record signing Keane Lewis-Potter.
The 21-year-old impressed in the 5-2 win over Leeds, causing the opposition defence plenty of problems with his running in behind, and had two good opportunities to score his first Premier League goal.
It was only his second league start for the club since his arrival from Hull City in the summer, having made his first in the midweek 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.
And Bees boss Frank believes he is already showcasing what he will bring to the side.
“Definitely, it’s his second Premier League start and he’s 21 years old,” Frank said when asked if there is more to come from the youngster.
“There’s a lot of things to learn, working hard and finding the right positions.
“I think he still got into some very good situations and areas and he’ll only learn and get better.”