Bees defender Yoann Barbet doesn't think the international break came at a bad time for Brentford despite their recent run of form

The west Londoners went into the break four games unbeaten, but did face a tall order in September.

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Now, they only have three games to deal with this month and the break may have been well received by the Brentford squad.

"I am not sure, but we'll see in the next three games if the break was a bad thing for us," said Barbet.

"Sometimes it's good to have the breaks, though, as some players like myself can go home and refresh our minds, see family and friends.

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"So when you come back you're really happy and can look forward to the games, especially now in October we have only three games and we know we have to take points or it will be a long month.

"We don't want to stay near the bottom, we want to win as many as we can.

"So I don't think the break wasn't a bad thing to come at that time."