Despite scoring a hat-trick at the weekend, Thomas Frank believes Said Benrahma’s most redeeming quality is his ability to lay on goals for others.

Benrahama set up Kamohelo Mokotjo to cancel out Frazier Campbell’s opener as Brentford came from a goal down to beat Hull City 5-1 on Saturday.

The win made it six straight home victories and equalled the Bees’ best result of the season so far keeping them 16th in the table, just two points behind Aston Villa in 11th, with two games in hand.

"His finishing has got better and better but his assists are also incredible. His run and pass for Kamohelo Mokotjo made that the most beautiful goal of the day for me,” said Frank.

"When he plays like that, he is a joy to watch. He's exciting every time he gets the ball because he can create something out of nothing. It is like magic and very few teams in this league have that.

"He is growing more and more composed and when he runs at defences he is terrifying because he can go left or right. When players mark him he'll pass the ball for another of our front three to do some damage.

"The key thing is that we defended well in the first 25 minutes and stayed in the game. No matter what happens, we have to stay in the game and we did that well today."