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Press Conference: Holden Pre-Brentford

City assistant head coach Dean Holden met with the media ahead of tomorrow night's Sky Bet Championship clash with Brentford (7.45pm).

Here’s what he had to say…

- Holden says there's a real togetherness in the squad

 - Assistant head coach adds: "I've thoroughly enjoyed my time at the club so far, everyone has been very welcoming"

 - Holden says the focus in on performances as City look to build a good run of form

 - Assistant boss praises the atmosphere at Ashton Gate

 - On watching the game from the stands, Holden says: "I like to watch the game from up high and I can contact the bench offering that different perspective"

 - Holden previously worked with Brentford's management duo of Dean Smith and Richard O'Kelly

 - Scott Hogan and Romaine Sawyers are picked out as the danger men

 - Gary O'Neil expected to shake off minor knock

Listen to his pre-match press conference in full on Bristol City Player HD.

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