Brentford full back Maxime Colin has described wing wizard Jota as a 'pleasure' to play alongside.
The Spaniard has dazzled opponents, notably QPR's Jake Bidwell last weekend, in recent weeks and has set the Bees up for a third successive top half finish.
And the Frenchman has enjoyed working with Jota, insisting their partnership comes naturally.
Colin said: “It's a pleasure to play with him. When I first arrived, the plan was to play with him but he left for Eibar.
“We've been able to play together now. It's a pleasure. We don't work on the right side during training.
“We know what to do and it's come naturally. He knows how to defend and attack. He doesn't lose the ball.
“Sometimes he'll use my run or give me the ball. He'll make the right choice. I really enjoy playing with him.”
Jota has scored 12 times since returning from his loan stint at Eibar in January and the Spaniard, alongside Sergi Canos and Florian Jozefzoon, have given Brentford a new dimension.
Colin added: “I think because he plays on the right side with his left foot so he can protect the ball with his body.
“He's brought balance to the team. He's scored a lot of goals and got assists which everyone sees. He plays with the left foot.
“He creates space behind and even if he doesn't score. He's a winger so he knows how to defend and he brings us balance with Sergi and Flo.
“The wingers really help us and it'd have changed if we had them at the start of the season.”