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Brentford star has no regrets after leaving Everton

06:00 25 September 2012

Adam Forshaw scored his first professional goal for Brentford against Oldham. Picture: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

Adam Forshaw scored his first professional goal for Brentford against Oldham. Picture: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

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Brentford midfielder Adam Forshaw has had no regrets about making a permanent switch to the club from Everton.

The 20-year-old is a regular in Uwe Rosler’s side and rewarded the German boss’ faith with his first professional goal against Oldham and now wants to help his new club into the League One play-offs.

“I’m playing every week and that’s the main thing,” Forshaw told London24. “I want to help the team as much as I can.

“I think we’ve had three wins in three and if we can pick points up away from home we’ll be in with a chance.”

Forshaw has formed a good partnership with the likes of Jonathan Douglas, Harry Forrester and Tom Adeyemi and he is hoping that this continues long into the season.

“I think it’s been working really well,” he explained. “We’ve got a real understanding going on.

“We all know how each other play. Long may it continue.”

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