Forster: We deserve Wembley place
Caretaker Brentford manager Nicky Forster believes his side were "worthy winners" after their 2-1 second-leg victory over Exeter in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area final.
The Bees will take on either Huddersfield or Carlisle at Wembley after Myles Weston set up goals for Sam Saunders and Gary Alexander to see them through 3-2 on aggregate.
Forster, put in charge after Andy Scott was sacked last week, said: "I don't think we started with the tempo or the intensity that I would have wanted.
"But as soon as we got Myles into the game - and he had the chance to attack the full-back - we caused problems and we knew we would if we got crosses into the box.
"I think we were worthy winners, I really do.
"Myles Weston has been fantastic. When he has that confidence and belief and really gets at people with conviction and positivity, then he is a difficult player to mark. He can be our spark and he proved that."
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