Said Benrahma insists he can get even better ahead of Brentford’s west London derby with QPR on Monday night.

The Algerian scored his first goal of the season as the Bees crushed Swansea 3-0 and marked their first win in south Wales since 1995.

And the winger, who scored 10 goals last season, says they will be looking to get all three points on Monday: “The confidence is coming back, and I feel I have even higher levels to hit.

“QPR is a really important match for us. It is a game that we are going there to win. It is really important we perform as we did [against Swansea].”

 “We have to be a cohesive team. We are playing well at the moment and we want to continue this momentum.”

Thomas Frank’s side are looking to win three-in-a-row for the first time this season after a disappointing start.

This is after the dramatic late comeback to come from two goals behind to beat Millwall 3-2 on Saturday and the emphatic win at the Liberty Stadium.

The Bees have an excellent record against QPR, losing just once in the last seven meetings between the two sides. That defeat came in the corresponding fixture last season, as Rangers sealed a 3-2 win.

The match also represents a reunion with former manager, Mark Warburton, who guided Brentford to Championship promotion in 2013 before narrowly missing out on promotion to the Premier League the following season.

And Benrahma is delighted to be playing under his own supportive manager.  

“In Thomas [Frank], I have a head coach who I really get on with,” said Benrahma.

“He gives me all of his trust and that is really good for me. I want to give 100 per cent for him because he does everything he can to help me.”

“We are a team that attacks together and defends together.  

“It doesn’t matter who scores, we are all happy - that is the most important thing going forward.

“We are playing well at the moment and we want to continue this momentum.”