Much like Neal Maupay before he went to Brighton, Brentford’s Saïd Benrahma is the product of great scouting from the Championship side, finding a player that has the talent required for the league and giving him a platform to express it.

The winger wasn’t exactly a first-team starter at Nice when the Bees came knocking on his door, but he decided to take the opportunity when it was presented to him and he hasn’t looked back.

Now one of, if not their best player, the Algeria international is being tracked by a number of Premier League sides, suggesting he could be on the move this summer once a decision has been made on what to do with the remaining football that needs to be played.

Currently quarantined like the rest, the forward gave an interview to Le Buteur where he was asked what it felt like to be in such demand.

He said: “You know, sometimes, like all players, you go through tough times, but Hamdoulillah, I managed to get back up. I can’t complain. I’m currently concentrated on my club at Brentford even if it is nice that renowned Premier League clubs are afterme. I’m under contract at Brentford and I need to honour it as is right and proper”.

It seems like the 24-year-old isn’t thinking about an exit just yet, knowing full well there is a chance of Brentford making it to the top-tier via the playoffs if the club gets a chance to see off their current campaign.

However, just like the aforementioned Maupay, if they are deprived from such an opportunity, then it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Championship side cash in on their star player if adequate offers are made in the coming months.