Lasse Vibe has paid tribute to former Nottingham Forest striker and international team-mate Nicklas Bendtner.
The former Arsenal striker departed The City Ground on Monday night for Norwegian side Rosenborg.
He said: “If I'm being honest, he's one of the best big, technical strikers holding up the ball. I've played with him for Denmark and he's always scored goals.
“He's a very good player. He's a funny lad and a good character. I remember the first time I met him, he was very funny and very open. I liked him straight away. He's a good lad.”
Brentford have a good record at Nottingham Forest since winning promotion to the Championship, beating them four times and drawing once.
The Tricky Trees, though, have a fantastic heritage, winning the European Cup twice in 1979 and 1980 but have never reached those heights since.
Vibe said: “That's like my former club (IFK Gothenburg, who won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1980) – they used to play them in that era.
“Their history inspires me but I said last year and even at Ipswich, it's a classic club for me. It's the same with many clubs in the league; Leeds, Derby.
“It's a competitive league and I'm enjoying it here. There's always a big crowd or lively ground. Last year, going there we won and I scored in it.”
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