Brentford manager Thomas Frank says his team are determined to get back to winning ways starting with Sheffield Wednesday this Saturday, as the promotion battle enters its final ten games.

Brentford are without a win in five games and let a 2-0 lead slip last week at Cardiff City, but Frank says he has a lot of belief in his players to turn the fine margins around.

He said: “We are definitely getting closer. Ten games to go in the Championship, it’s not many games but we are ready.

"The players are ready to go out and fight and hopefully play a high tempo and high-intensity game.

“Our players are hungry and want to go out and perform again. 

“We are in a very good position. If you had asked us before the season if we'd be here, we would have probably said maybe not.

“We are big believers and in a place where we want to continue fighting, improving and performing. 

“We want to get back to winning ways, and I'm sure we will, it has been fine, fine margins. We need to find them and turn them around and win.”

The Bees’ opponents on Saturday still remain in touching distance of a play-off spot, trailing sixth-placed Preston North End by eight points and Frank insists they will come out fighting this weekend. 

“We are all dreamers, especially the fans, that’s fantastic, we do the same. Our job is to put top performances on every week. 

“This season we have won a lot of games but we need to keep going. When you have a dip in form, you need to stay focused and stay on the right path. 

“Hopefully we will see that on Saturday.”