Weston doing better at Gills

Myles Weston is delighted with the opportunities he has been given at League Two side Gillingham this season.

Last Updated: 05/12/12 at 13:44

Weston: Flying high at Priestfield

Weston: Flying high at Priestfield

The forward made only 11 league starts for Brentford last season before sealing a switch to the Priestfield in the summer, where he has already made the starting XI on nine occasions in the league under manager Martin Allen.

The 24-year-old has struck five times for the Gills this campaign, and he is thrilled to making a regular contribution to the side, in a number of attacking positions.

He told the Kent Messenger: "Last season, I didn't play as much as I wanted to, but here I am playing games and that's the most important thing for me - to enjoy every game I am playing in because I have been at Brentford before and I wasn't playing and I wasn't happy.

"I am happy with everything here. We are top of the league and let's hope we can carry on there and get promoted.

"Before I signed the gaffer knew I could play on the wing or up front and I am happy to play wherever I can help the team.

"I am just happy to play and I am comfortable playing in both positions. If I'm told to play on the right wing then I will. I just enjoy playing football and scoring goals."

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