Warburton welcomes arrivals
Brentford manager Mark Warburton has expressed his delight at the signings of Andre Gray and Moses Odubajo.
Gray has joined the Bees from Luton Town for an undisclosed fee. The 23-year-old bagged 30 goals for the Hatters last season and helped the club secure promotion to the Football League after a five-year absence.
Odubajo, 20, signed for an undisclosed fee from Leyton Orient on a three-year deal.
Warburton told his club's official website: \"Andre is a player we have tracked and who has just completed an outstanding season in helping Luton achieve promotion and a return to the Football league.
\"Andre has tremendous pace, good movement and a clear eye for goal and we are delighted to have secured him for the start of pre-season.
\"We are also delighted to welcome Moses to the club and have been very impressed with his quality and his consistency.
\"Moses is a young player, not yet 21, with a lot of development potential. He has excellent physical abilities and a real desire to move forward in the game."
Meanwhile, Brentford goalkeeper David Button has extended his contract with the club to 2017.
The 25-year-old arrived at Griffin Park last summer from Charlton Athetic and played 45 games for the club last season.
Warburton added: \"David had a very successful season last year. He became the first choice number one goalkeeper for the first time in his career and he delivered a series of excellent displays.
\"I am delighted that he has extended his contract.
\"David still has a period of development ahead of him and he will play a key role in the season ahead.\"