It has been a busy week at Griffin Park as Brentford go through their final preparations for the new season.

The Bees have had a productive pre-season campaign, winning at MK Dons and beating Europa League semi finalists Celta Vigo.

There have been rumours surrounding the future of some Bees but there have been no bids forthcoming for any of their players.

A number of players have spoken to GetWestLondon ahead of the season and it is clear that confidence is high in the camp.

We know that the working week is long and, therefore, have produced a handy round-up of events in TW8.

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Reece Cole celebrates his fine goal

John Egan reflected on the previous weekend's draw against Southampton and saw more positives than negatives from the 90 minutes.

Reece Cole has had a fine pre-season and he spoke about his development in an interview with GetWestLondon.

Sergi Canos spoke to the media on Monday and he believes that the club have a side capable of reaching the play-offs.

Yoann Barbet also spoke about what the club needed to do to achieve those aims.

The Brentford FC Community Sports Trust was also to receive mental health training.


Neal Maupay

Brentford enjoyed a 3-2 win at MK Dons, having come from 1-0 and 2-1 down.

Dean Smith was pleased with his side's character, among other things, while there was also an update on the latest transfer activity.

Neal Maupay joined the Bees earlier in the summer and Yoann Barbet is excited by the talent he has.

John Egan has had a special summer and he reflected on that in an interview with GetWestLondon.

Sergi Canos also revealed how the love from the supporters drove him on.


Harlee Dean misses Brentford's season opener through suspension and he is already eyeing up getting his place back in the side.

Florian Jozefzoon is delighted to be giving Dean Smith a selection headache.


Lasse Vibe

Lasse Vibe spoke candidly about his future at the club.

Former Bee Jo Kuffour paid tribute to the club for their charitable donation to the Grenfell victims.

Sergi Canos admitted he is enjoying his pre-season at Brentford more than at Liverpool and Norwich.

Yoann Barbet also discussed the battle raging to be Dean Smith's two centre backs.

Brentford fan Harry Carney also looked at the coming season and why the Bees fans should be excited.

We also took a look at some Brentford players who also played Test cricket for England.


Brentford announced the figure raised for the Grenfell Tower fund from their match with Southampton.

Lasse Vibe warned his team-mates that they have achieved nothing yet.


Sergi Canos returned on transfer deadline day

Brentford rounded off their pre-season campaign with a 2-1 win over Celta Vigo with Dean Smith delighted with their efforts in the build up to Sheffield United. There was concern for Sergi Canos after he suffered a twisted ankle against the Spanish side.

The Bees head coach also gave an update on the latest transfer situation at the club, denying a move for Rangers man Josh Windass and insisting there have been no bids for any of his players with West Ham and Hull among keen parties.

Alan Judge returned from Philadelphia to step up his recovery from a broken leg.

Lasse Vibe also outlined his aims for the new campaign.


Dean Smith feels his Brentford side are ready for the new campaign but faces a selection headache.

Rico Henry is looking ahead to the new campaign after a positive pre-season.

Kamo Mokotjo has made a great first impression but knows he's achieved nothing yet.

Our reporter looks ahead to the season and believes there is plenty to get excited about.