Adam Forshaw has had two promising seasons with Brentford and he'll be looking to make it three-in-a-row during 2014/15 in the Sky Bet Championship.

Having joined initially on loan from Everton in February 2012, Forshaw made his move permanent in the summer of 2012 and in his first full season at Griffin Park he played 53 times in all competitions, guiding them to the League 1 Play-Offs.

Following last-day heartbreak in May 2013 when they were beaten by Doncaster Rovers and denied the chance of automatic promotion, the now 22-year-old was a part of the team who lost 2-1 to Yeovil Town at Wembley Stadium in the Play-Off Final.

Forshaw, like the rest of the Brentford side who stayed at the club, returned for the 2013/14 season more focused and determined than ever. The former Everton man improved his goals tally from three to eight, and in March was named the Sky Bet League 1 Player of the Year at the 2014 Football League Awards.

Alongside youngster George Saville and Jonathan Douglas, plus others in the Bees' engine room, Forshaw made sure it wasn't a second successive nearly-season, gaining automatic promotion from Sky Bet League 1 as the divison's runners-up.

Having lost front man Clayton Donaldson to Birmingham City over the summer, Mark Warburton has arguably lost one of his key players from last season.

Forshaw, though, is equally as vital for his energy, tackling and passing ability, and will be an essential ingredient in helping the Bees establish themselves in the second tier, a division in which they are competing for the first time in 21 years.

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