Mark Warburton has backed Marcos Tebar to have the same impact as his Spanish compatriots now he has recovered from a thigh injury.
The midfielder was the first of Brentford's 'Three Amigos' to sign last summer when he joined from Almeria, but after impressing during pre-season, he has started just one league game this term.
Bees boss Warburton said: “It's good to have Marcos back fit and well. He has been unlucky in that Jonathan Douglas and Toumani Diagouraga have been two of our best performers and play in his position, but that is the nature of the beast.
“Marcos is a very talented player, and you have to have quality in numbers at this level. We have three of four talented players who won't even make the 18 on Saturday, but to achieve anything you need to have a squad with depth.
“Jota, Stuart Dallas and Nick Proschwitz all had an impact when they came on against Fulham, and then you had talented players like James Tarkowski, Sam Saunders and Tommy Smith who didn't even make it on.
“That's the nature of it, and I will have a few selection headaches, but the more competition we have the better.”
Aside from long term absentees Alan McCormack and Scott Hogan, Warburton has a clean bill of health going into Saturday's home game against Wolves.
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