John Bostock has urged Brentford fans not to get too carried away after the 17-year-old made a flying start to his loan spell at Griffin Park.
The Tottenham teenager scored twice in a 2-2 draw against Millwall.
He told the Evening Standrad: 'It's a great start but people are going to have high expectations of me now, so I have to keep cracking on. It's only my third full 90 minutes of the season. I was out injured for nine weeks. It has been difficult, but it's a starting point.'
Brentford manager Andy Scott said: 'John Bostock is a special player, we are delighted Tottenham have allowed him to come here and it is an opportunity for him to play.'
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