Thomas Frank believes his Brentford side faield to reach the peak of their ability in their 1-1 draw against Hull City at Griffin Park.

Jarrod Bowen scored just after the break for Hull, before Ollie Watkins equalised twenty minutes later to rescue Brentford a point.

The Bees had 15 shots in the match but only four of them were on target and Frank bemoaned the wasted opportunities.

“I think that in the first half we didn’t hit our level, especially offensively,” he said. 

“There were 10-15 times where we either threw the ball away or didn’t have the top-quality touch or there was a bad decision on the pass, which could have created good opportunities but that’s the way it is. Sometimes you can’t just hit it bang on.

“Second half was better in terms of creating opportunities, playing more forward, also better touches and the most important thing, creating chances.

“I’m pleased that after being 1-0 down we came back, equalised, and kept going, kept putting Hull backwards and created two or three chances.

“We are not satisfied, okay it’s a point, let’s move on to the next game because they are coming thick and fast.”

Brentford have picked up four points from the first three league games after a win away at Middlesbrough and the draw against Hull.

With a relatively new squad still learning to adapt and play with one another, Frank trusts in his side’s ability to improve.

“The disappointing thing is we conceded a goal and I think we shouldn’t have conceded in a situation where we need to do better,” Frank added.

“I think today our offensive players didn’t hit their highest level throughout the 90 minutes.

“I think that was one of the main reasons but also clicking (between players) and the relationships - they just need to be better.

“I’m confident we will constantly get better, I’m 100% sure. Of course, we want to win a game at home but its the Championship and there are no easy games.”