BRENTFORD defender Leon Legge is still scratching his head over why he didn't make the grade for Millwall boss Kenny Jackett.
The 24-year-old was invited for a trial by the League One club when he was playing for Ryman Premier outfit Tonbridge Angels last season.
Jackett brings his side to Griffin Park for tomorrow’s clash, knowing he ran the rule over the Legge in a Lions reserve game against Dagenham & Redbridge, only to tell him he wasn't what they were looking for.
Luckily, Brentford boss Andy Scott took a punt on the non-league rookie in the summer after Legge was shown the door in south London.
The Bees centre-back comes face to face with the man who shattered his dreams when the Lions come to west London - and is keen to prove his point.
He said: "They had watched me a few times and asked me to come and play in a reserve game.
"I thought I’d done okay, and my boss (Tommy Warrilow) was a bit baffled why they didn’t take me.
"There were five scouts watching me, and supposedly two liked me and three didn’t.
"Then I was told they were looking for a striker, and although I’ve played up there a few times, I don’t know why they asked me to play!"