Brentford favourite Sergi Canos is looking forward to getting some rest during the international break.
The Spaniard has featured in all 10 Bees games he's been eligible to play in since rejoining the club from Norwich on transfer deadline day.
The west Londoners have travelled over 1,500 miles in order to play those games in the space of just seven weeks and the squad can look forward to two weeks without a game before the final run in.
Canos said: “I know for the boys it's been tough because they've been playing a lot of games since the first game of the season.
“It's been tough for me too as I haven't been playing much since August and I'm now playing and ready to go and I think I've had a lot of games on my legs in a small time. I am looking forward to putting my feet up.”
Canos barely featured for Norwich, who signed him from Liverpool in the summer, playing his last Championship game in August and then only being used in the EFL Cup and FA Cup. He featured in all three of Norwich U23s' EFL Trophy group stage games
And the Spaniard admitted it had been hard to go from barely playing meaningful football to being thrust into the first team spotlight but thanked the Brentford staff, his team-mates and the Bees fans for helping him through it.
He said: “It is difficult. I had to build confidence and build myself into the team and it's been difficult but the gaffer and the boys and the fans have been magnificent with me and they have shown me a lot of confidence in myself and that is something to take from them.”