IZALE McLeod will get a second and final chance to show Brentford boss Andy Scott what he can do tomorrow night.
The former Charlton, MK Dons and Derby striker will get another run out in the Bees’ final pre-season friendly, against Crystal Palace at Griffin Park.
On trial after being released by Charlton, McLeod played an hour of Brentford’s 4-0 win over Woking on Tuesday night, but looked off the pace.
And while Scott is keen for McLeod to rediscover the form that made him League Two Player of the Year in 2007 and saw Charlton splash out more than £1million on him, he insists he won’t be dishing out a contract based on reputation.
Scott said: “Izale has been with us since Monday, and it was difficult for him as he’s just come in having not played much for Charlton.
“But we’re not here to get people fit, we’re here to give them a trial, and we won’t be going back on our schedule for anyone.
“We will take another look at him against Palace, but he will have to do a lot more than he did against Woking to stay with us.”