Mark Warburton has promised there's more to come from Brentford's foreign imports after brushing aside Leeds United.
Midfielder Marcos Tebar, Jon Toral and Betinho have been used sparingly since their arrivals in west London, but boss Warburton says his foreign players are slowly getting up to speed.
He said: “I’m starting with Jota – he’s very good player and he scored a great goal inside the box – a great finish.
“I had no hesitation to bring on Marcus Tebar today as well and I was thinking during the game about bringing Jon Toral on wide left, but Alan Judge has playing too well to bring him off.
“These are very talented, technical players who are getting used to the intensity of this league because it demands a lot of you.
All of the foreign boys have to adapt. People expect them to come in and do well but its tough.
“The intensity of this league is the one that catches them out. You’ll notice we played Jota for 55 minutes in one game, then 60, 65 and today he played 72 minutes, and he’ll get that intensity in training too.
“He showed some remarkable quality, as has Toral, Betinho and Tebar, and I’m pleased with the great character shown from these players.”