NOBODY better tell Danny Foster Brentford isn't a big club!
The former Dagenham right-back jumped at the chance to move from east to west London, turning down two other unnamed clubs to join Andy Scott's Bees revolution when his contract with the Daggers expired this summer.
Foster had five great years at Victoria Road, helping Dagenham achieve Football League status as Conference Champions in 2006-7.
But the prospect of playing for a club on the up, steeped in Football League history, and with at least three times the fanbase, was too good a chance to miss.
He said: "I had a few other offers but Brentford was by far the best and the only place I was really interested in coming to.
"I think it's a big club - growing up you always knew who Brentford were.
"I'm used to playing in front of small crowds at Dagenham and compared to that Brentford is a massive club.
"Andy Scott is a young, ambitious manager who wants to take the club to a higher level and I share those aspirations."
The 24-year-old arrives at Griffin Park with two fellow Daggers in tow, Sam Saunders and Ben Strevens.
The trio was a major part of the Daggers League Two play-off push last season and Foster hopes Bees fans see more of the same at Griffin Park.
He added: "I like to get forward. Sam (Saunders) and I played about 150 games together for Dagenham raiding down the right.
"But that said, being a solid, consistent defender who gives every-thing every time he pulls on the shirt, is my priority. Hopefully the fans will see both sides of the coin.
"It won't be easy stepping up a level because the standard will be higher. But I'm young and hungry and I'd like to think I'm ready for League One."