DAVID Clarkson hopes his loan switch to Brentford can put him in the shop window.
The Bristol City striker made the temporary move to Griffin Park last week on a one-month deal as cover for the injured Gary Alexander.
City boss Keith Millen has told the Scotland international he has no future at Ashton Gate.
And with his contract up in the summer, the former Motherwell frontman is keen to earn a permanent switch elsewhere.
He said: “I'm in the last year of my contract and the club have told me I'm not getting a new one. It's up to me to get some games and put myself in the shop window.
“I haven't played this season and am looking to get back into competitive matches and get some games under my belt.
“Brentford are on a high and I want to be part of that. Hopefully I can do well here and see what happens.”
Clarkson was left out of the squad for Saturday's defeat to Preston, but played an hour in the development squad's win at Spurs on Tuesday.
And the 26-year-old is in line to start alongside Clayton Donaldson in attack against Oldham tomorrow at Boundary Park.
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