John Swift is starting to gain in confidence after a two goal showing in the 3-0 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Chelsea loanee was on target in each half for Brentford as he produced a dominant display against a demoralised Wolves side.
The 20-year-old admitted he's been frustrated with his recent performances but has a renewed spring in his step after a good performance.
Swift said: “It's great to be in the goals for my confidence and the team. The fans deserve it the most after so long without a win. It's a great day for us and we can take that into Saturday.
“Every pressure feels the pressure. We got out to win every game so the pressure is on us and the manager to get the points. It's a relief to have three points and three goals.
“I think I've been trying to play the way I did today in nearly every game but it hasn't come off in the past month or so.
“I'm doing my best, trying in a new position and I'm starting to get the defensive role. I'm trying to get my confidence back and it's a big boost for myself and the team today.”
Swift is adapting to his role on the wing, given he grew up playing in the middle of the pitch and he thinks he has suitably adapted.
He added: “At Chelsea, every time I went back I'd play in centre midfield. I've always liked to run with the ball and I think that's why I've been playing on the left and right in previous loans. It's been hard to adapt and I think I'm getting there.”
Swift's first goal was the result of some pinball in the penalty area with Ethan Ebanks-Landell after his original shot was saved.
And his second came from some wonderful trickery from Sergi Canos who made Kortney Hause's legs turning to jelly before laying the ball back for the Chelsea man to score.
He explained: “The first was definitely my goal. It was a great save from the keeper. I've reacted and it's come of Ebanks-Landell but I think it was on target.
“Sergi is a great talent. He did a great job down the right and it fell to me at the right time. It's great playing with Sergi and Judgey.
“I thought Marco (Djuricin) was unlucky not to get a goal. Everyone had a good game.”