Brentford winger Sergi Canos believes that the Bees will be even better next season and expects the club to be challenging for promotion.

The Bees narrowly missed out on the Playoffs last campaign, but Canos thinks that the club can kick on next time out. 

After missing out by six points last season, Brentford will be hoping to build a squad that will be capable of challenging for the Playoffs next season.

The 21 year old made 30 appearances for the club last term, scoring three goals.

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Speaking to the Ealing Times, he said: “It’s very important and the gaffer wanted to finish in the top ten, so yes that’s very positive,

“The season got better for me. It was a bit frustrating at the beginning with my two injuries but I think after that I tried to give everything. It wasn’t my best year but I can be proud with what I have done.

“Now I will relax and enjoy my time with the family. Then I prepare myself to come back even stronger.”

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Brentford have yet to make any summer signings so far, but the fans will be hopeful that they can hang on to their star players as well as making a number of key additions.

“I think we are ready to make that extra step next season. If we keep everyone in and go in the same direction we can do great things.” He said.

Brentford will be hotly tipped for the top six next season, and under Dean Smith, promotion may soon become a reality at Griffin Park.

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