Published: 10:28, 20 August 2012
By Luke Cawdell
Myles Weston has promised Gills fans plenty more excitement after bursting onto the scene on Saturday.
Just a day after completing a deal from Brentford, the 24-year-old winger scored Gillingham’s third goal against Bradford to wrap up the three points at Priestfield.
"A lot of the fans don’t know what I can do but I think I have given them a little snippet," said Weston.
"There is a lot more to come from me. I know what I can do. I have faith in my ability and I know it is going to be exciting. I have hopefully given the fans a little glimpse of what I can bring to the team.
"Hopefully I have a lot more goals, assists and great performances to come. I feel I have had a good pre-season at Brentford and scored some goals, and I am taking it into the season."
Weston found his chances at Brentford restricted, due to a change in formation, which meant the former Charlton youth player was unable to play in his most favoured position.
"I came here to play football and that’s one of the reasons I left Brentford," he said. "I didn’t feel I was getting enough playing time and I was coming off the bench every week and not starting."
Myles Weston after scoring on his Gillingham debut against Bradford at Priestfield on Saturday Picture: Barry Goodwin
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