Yoann Barbet is delighted to see Neal Maupay back on the goalscoring trail after a frustrating September.
The Frenchman toiled through the month without getting his rewards in front of goal but a fluke strike against Sunderland has seemingly kickstarted another goalscoring run.
He came off the bench against Birmingham and won a crucial penalty that Ollie Watkins scored and then sealed the win with a well-taken strike inside the penalty area.
And Barbet hopes that his countryman has seen a weight lifted off his shoulders.
He said: “It was good for him as he was playing well for the team. He needed one goal and he won the penalty and then scored. I hope he has less weight on his back.”
Brentford face Leeds on Saturday evening and Barbet is hoping to pile more misery onto Thomas Christiansen's side who have lost four of their last five games.
He added: “It could be very good before the international break. It's the first time we've had back to back wins so three in a row can be good.
“Leeds are a good team but they've lost a few in a row and I hope they lose one more on Saturday.”