Brentford defender Harlee Dean has been mightily impressed with the performances of Ollie Watkins and Neal Maupay.
The pair both scored in the Bees' 2-2 draw with Bristol City and have both looked highly impressive when they have been on the pitch.
Watkins was named man of the match against the Robins and Dean was full of praise for the former Exeter man.
He said: “Ollie was sensational. He was really good. It was for 90 minutes as well. He looks a really good player and scared the life out of their full back.”
Maupay has come off the bench to score in each of Brentford's last two games and there has been a clamour to see the Frenchman start against Ipswich.
“He's a proper number nine,” Dean added. “Neal, with the way he's been playing would be frustrated he didn't start against Bristol City.
“He held the ball up well, strong and it was a great finish. Usually, players come from overseas and need time to adapt but it's like he's been here for a long time.”
Dean was suspended for Sheffield United and was an unused substitute against Nottingham Forest but was restored to the side against Bristol City, as was Yoann Barbet.
“I'm happy to be back in the side. You've got to keep your shirt when you're playing. I got suspended at the end of the season which meant I lost my shirt so I had to wait to get back in,” he added.
“I couldn't tell you. It's down to the manager. I think Yoann and I did enough to start this season. It's a strange one. The gaffer has a lot of choices and a lot of people to choose from. We'll respect it.”