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Millwall manager Gary Rowett says he is “not reading too much” into a national newspaper linking Tyler Burey with Brentford over the weekend.

The former AFC Wimbledon youngster has broken into the first-team picture on a more regular basis of late and scored in back-to-back Championship matches against QPR and Derby County.

It was claimed that the Bees were monitoring Burey, 21.

And it followed Rowett’s comments to the South London Press last week that the attacker could put himself on the radar of other clubs if he could chain together impressive performances.

Rowett – when asked about the talk of Brentford interest – told our paper: “I think that’s a little bit too easy for my liking that I mentioned after the last game [against Derby] that it won’t be long before clubs are looking at Tyler – a throwaway remark when we were talking about Jed [Wallace] and his contract – and then the next thing you know, lo and behold, a Premier League club has been monitoring him – even before he has played for us.

“I’m not reading too much into it. It’s a young player who has done really well. He’s a young player I really, really like and I’ve shown that in the last 18 months.

“He’s shown he’s ready but he has got to knuckle down and be a really good player for us before I think that anyone will seriously consider him for a Premier League move.

“He is a young player – so that has to be his aim. But to get to somewhere like that, either with us or without us, you have to do all the right things. Speculation doesn’t get you there – hard work, improving, being humble and being a good team-mate, showing your quality when you need to, is what you need to do. The rest will take care of itself.

“I don’t read too much into that [speculation] but at the same time I can understand how he might have caught the eye of at least one or two clubs monitoring him – that’s what everyone does with young players with that type of athleticism.”

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