HARRY Forrester hopes to get bragging rights in the family household by putting one over his brother at the weekend.
The Brentford winger takes on hometown club MK Dons on Saturday, where younger brother Remy is a member of the Dons youth set-up.
And Harry is determined to put Forrester Jnr firmly in his place.
He said: “I'm from Milton Keynes and my brother is in the youth team there. He's doing well and has just been offered a scholarship.
“Most of my family will be in the Brentford end but he'll probably be in the home stand because he's too tight to pay for a ticket!
“There will be a lot of people I know there watching and hopefully we can go there and get the points.”
Forrester produced one of his best displays in a red and white shirt in Tuesday night's victory at Preston.
The former Aston Villa youngster has endured a frustrating start to life at Griffin Park due to injuries, making just four league starts.
However, he thinks he's finally showing Bees fans glimpses of what he can do.
“Preston was one of my better displays,” said the talented 21-year-old.
“I feel I'm getting fitter now and want to end the season on the high. It's my first year in men's football. It hasn't gone as I had wished due to injuries.
“There's definitely more to come. I've got high expectations for myself and sometimes I beat myself up too much. I'm starting to believe in myself now and am happier with my displays.”
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