Mark Warburton believes Brentford icon Jota will go to the highest level in the game after the Spaniard scored his fourth stoppage time goal of the season in the 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest.
The 23-year-old took his overall tally to 10 for the season and has impressed the fans with his wand of a left foot.
And the Brentford boss has backed his star player to make it at the highest level.
Warburton said: “He's a very talented player. If you look back, we had to introduce him slowly.
“I was bringing him off after the hour but he was adapting to an intense league. I think he's a supreme talent and an athlete.
“He scored in the 93rd minute, not only because of his desire but he's also fit enough to do that.
“I think Jota will go on to play at the highest level. The way he manipulates the football. He's adapted to life over here.
“He's enjoying London and speaking good English. All credit to Jota and to the boys for making him welcome. He's got a bright future ahead of him.”