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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler praises attitude and professionalism of Watford defender Lee Hodson
7:00am Thursday 18th April 2013 in Sport
Brentford boss Uwe Rosler paid tribute to the attitude and professionalism of Watford defender Lee Hodson after his return to the Bees side.
The 21-year-old began his spell at Griffin Park in November but has endured a frustrating time, making just five league starts.
Brentford had six loanees on their books and with only five allowed in a matchday squad, Hodson was often the one to miss out.
But fellow loanee Liam Moore returned to Leicester City earlier this month and Hodson has since been involved in all of Brentford's last four matches.
Rosler told the Hounslow, Heston and Whitton Chronicle: “Lee was never out of the squad because of performances or lack of ability, it was only because we were only allowed to use five loanees.
“He coped with that very well, was very professional and even asked to play for the development side to keep himself fit.
“He's come in and done very well at Crewe and impressed in two positions against Portsmouth.
“Lee is a good lad, skilled and offers us pace and quality on the ball. He executes exactly what we want from him and we're happy to have him.”
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