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Warburton seeks to tie down loan rangers

London24 have reported that Mark Warburton is keen to sign key loanee trio George Saville, Alan Judge and Marcello Trotta on permanent deals should the Bees clinch promotion.

Warburton spoke highly of the “fantastic” Trotta in particular, stating that the club would love to take on the Fulham man… “if the opportunity arose”.

Warbs was clearly less enthused about the future of Czech winger Martin Fillo, who hasn’t figured for the Bees since October 8th: “Uwe was a man that signed him… (but) has moved on with his career”.

Elsewhere, fan favourites Shaleum Logan and Farid El Alagui are both on loan in Scotland and the boss seemed satisfied with the “good feedback” he was receiving from their clubs.

Orient’s little Cox fires Bees warning

Leyton Orient’s resident nuisance, Dean Cox, has attempted to ramp up the pressure on the Bees by claiming that nerves may still put paid to their promotion bid.

Despite a 7 point gap between the two clubs, with only 4 games to go, Cox was clearly trying to rally his troops when he speculated to the East London and West Essex Guardian: “hopefully there could be a bit of squeaky bum time for our arch rivals”.

Preston to send young guns into Bees battle?

Brentford’s home game against Preston North End on Good Friday could see the Bees up if they win and other results go their way, but with Preston still in with a sniff of the automatic places, Manager Simon Grayson is ready to gamble on youth for the crunch match.

According to the Lancashire Evening Post, Grayson could pair youngsters Alan Browne and Josh Brownhill together in midfield for tomorrow’s clash, relying on the old adage “I think you’re never too young if you’re good enough”.

Jake Shoolheifer