JONATHAN Douglas reckons the goals will now flow for Bradley Wright-Phillips now the striker has finally opened his Brentford account.
After going seven games without scoring since joining the Bees on loan from Charlton, Wright-Phillips broke his duck in yesterday's 2-1 win over Notts County.
And skipper Douglas backed his team-mate to continue hitting the net on Monday against MK Dons, a team coached by his had, former England striker Ian Wright.
He said: “Bradley has been unlucky for us, coming close quite a few times, not least when he hit the post today, and he fully deserved to get his goal.
“He has a lot of quality, which we all see in training and out on the pitch, and we were all delighted for him to get his first goal for us, as you saw from the celebrations.
“He is the sort of players whose confidence never dropped, and hopefully he will go on to get a lot more goals for us now, he's built up a great little partnership with Clayton (Donaldson).”