Brentford Manager Uwe Rösler said he was looking forward to seeing new loan striker James Spencer in action.
The forward, known as Jimmy, joined The Bees from Huddersfield Town on loan earlier this week.
Uwe, speaking to Bees Player, said there had been conversations with Huddersfield boss Simon Grayson about the striker and he had a lot of qualities that would be useful.
Jimmy had previously been on loan at Morecambe and Cheltenham Town before arriving at Griffin Park.
“James looks good,” said Uwe.
“He is a young player that has been out on loan for two seasons in League Two.
“We have a good contact with Simon Grayson and he felt he is ready to go to League One level.
“We have a good young, hungry player who will bring qualities to our squad for good value.
“I am looking forward to seeing him in the next month.
“We have to give James a chance.
“He is good at holding the ball up and can work the channels.
“He can also score goals.
“He is decent in the air.
“We have to give him time.
“He can play with Clayton Donaldson or Paul Hayes if needed.”
Uwe went looking for an additional striker after an injury to Farid El Alagui.
Farid suffered a serious knee problem after a collision with Crawley Town goalkeeper Paul Jones on October 6.
Uwe said Brentford were doing all they could for the striker and he had already begun his rehabilitation but there was no more information on what the exact problem was.
“We have a plan for Farid,” said Uwe.
“The Medical Department have met with a specialist.
“That is not my expertise so I should not comment too much on that.
“At the moment Farid has started his rehabilitation.
“The knee looks better.
“He has protection that enables his knee to heal and we will assess him again in the next six weeks.
“It is a great credit to the Club that Farid has been so well looked after.
“I don’t think many League One clubs would look after a long-term injury as we have done with Farid.
“We had a meeting with the top knee specialist in the country within three days.
“There has also been another appointment with another top specialist.
“We are giving all the information he deserves and we need to find the best way to get him back as quickly as possible.”
Brentford face Doncaster Rovers on Saturday looking to build on a run of one defeat in 11.
Uwe gave his players some time off after the 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe United last week and said they were refreshed and ready to go.
“The players had a day off on Monday and then we had two sessions on Tuesday,” he said.
“The players are refreshed and are ready for an important week.
“Doncaster is a long way for us.
“They were relegated last year, they have started to re-build.
“They are direct and we have prepared to deal with set pieces and long throws, corners and free kicks.
“We also have a plan to punish them and we will set up to go there and get three points.”
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