Reading forward Femi Azeez admitted he has been 'disappointed' with brother Miguel's lack of game time at Wigan Athletic.

Older brother Femi, with almost 40 Royals appearances to his name, has become a key feature under interim boss Noel Hunt- gaining an assist in the 1-1 draw with Luton Town.

Miguel, on loan with the Latics from Arsenal, moved to the DW Stadium in January after a short-term spell with UD Ibiza.

Playing just twice since his switch north, the midfielder has struggled to force his way into Shaun Maloney's plans.

Speaking ahead of the crunch clash at the SCL Stadium, Azeez said: "Hopefully he plays. He hasn’t really had an easy time there. He started with Kolo Toure and the new manager came in and hasn’t really trusted him, which has been disappointing. Hopefully he plays, but if it doesn’t happen then it is what it is. We’ve got to focus on us and getting the three points."

Still only 20, Miguel played six games in League One for Portsmouth last season before the mvoe to Spain.