It’s certainly going to be an interesting conclusion to this year’s league campaign in the Championship, with play-off places still to be decided.
One side that will be confident that they can finish inside the top-six is Brentford, with Thomas Frank’s side currently sat fifth in the second tier standings with just nine games remaining this term.
However, due to recent events, that promotion bid has been put on hold, with the off-the-field crisis and the safety of the nation being more important at this moment in time.
One player that hasn’t been able to feature much and play his part in Brentford’s promotion bid is Sergi Canos, who has spent a large proportion of this year’s campaign in the treatment room through injury.
Canos hasn’t featured for Brentford since their defeat to Nottingham Forest back in early October, and will be hoping that he can play his part when football does return.
The winger took to Instagram recently to reveal that he is missing football, with no scheduled return date being set for fixtures in the EFL as of yet.
The former Liverpool man was hugely impressive in last year’s campaign, as he hit nine goals and was on hand to provide seven assists for his Brentford team-mates in his 50 appearances in all competitions last term.
It remains to be seen as to whether Canos will be back to full fitness when football does return, but his recent posts on Instagram suggest that he’s edging closer to a full return to action, which will be pleasing to see for the club’s supporters.
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It’s a tough time to be a supporter, especially the Griffin Park faithful, as Brentford will have ambitions of finishing inside the top-six this season.
It’s been an extremely tough season for Canos in particular though, with injury ruling him out for much of this year’s campaign, but this break from competitive action has come at the ideal time for him, as it gives him a chance to get fully-fit for when fixtures do get back underway.
If he can replicate the form shown last season, then he’ll have a key role to play in Brentford’s promotion bid this seasoan.