Dean Smith believes Brentford players receiving international recognition will make it easier for them to sign players in the transfer window.
The Bees have improved their standing as a club over the last three seasons with Alan Judge and John Egan making their debuts for the Republic of Ireland in the past 12 months.
And the Brentford boss believes that it shows the club as an excellent place for young, hungry players to develop their skills.
Smith said: “Players getting called up enhances our reputation, certainly getting players on the pitch in the Championship at a young age.
“Our average age is one of the youngest. I'm excited for the games to come and working with them in pre-season and getting ready for next season.
“I know the players will be better next season for what we've done already.”
Egan made his debut, while Lasse Vibe and Andreas Bjelland were in the Denmark squad, although they didn't play while Rico Henry helped England U20 win the Four Nations Tournament.
Smith added: “John Egan got a welcome to international football in 33 seconds with a whack in the eye. I'm so pleased for him.
“He's had a great season and deserved that call up. It's great for him to get his debut as well. I know he's a proud guy and a massive thing for his family. It's a great thing for him.
“Lasse and Andreas were called up for Denmark although they didn't play. Rico Henry was in an U20 tournament, he played a full game against Portugal, 20 minutes against France and half against Senegal and they won the tournament.
“It was interesting looking at the team sheet and there were players from Chelsea, Man City, Man United, Everton and Brentford so it shows what a great prospect we've got.”