Brentford manager Thomas Frank insisted he has full faith in his side as they welcome London rivals West Ham United to the GTech Community Stadium.

On the heels of a monumental victory at Stamford Bridge, Frank is confident that the Bees can go three wins from three as they welcome David Moyes' Hammers to West London.

The Bees come into the match having scored five and conceded zero from their last two outings but Frank knows his side must be at their best to secure another victory.

“West Ham are a very good side with a very good and experienced manager," he said.

“They’ve had a good start to the season, they top their group in the Europa League and are in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

“They are a strong opponent, but we trust ourselves and believe and if we top perform, we have a good chance of winning."

Just a single point separates the two sides ahead of their meeting, with Brentford sat in 10th place behind the Hammers in 9th.

The Bees are not alone in their recent success – West Ham produced a resounding 3-1 victory against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, giving them a much-needed boost following a pair of Premier League defeats to Aston Villa and Everton.

David Moyes’ side are searching for their maiden win away to the Bees, having lost 2-0 in each of their previous visits to TW8.

The West Ham manager, speaking to the club’s official website, reflected on the challenge, praising Brentford’s record in the topflight so far.

He said: “Brentford have done remarkably well over the years. They haven’t looked out of place since they got here [to the Premier League].

“Their team has been really successful, and I don’t think anybody is surprised to see them get results."

West Ham will make the short trip around the M25 without midfielders Edson Alvarez and Lucas Paqueta, who both face a single match ban for their collection of yellow cards so far this season.

The team will also play their first game on a Saturday since September, much to the annoyance of Moyes.

“The culture of this country is football on a Saturday," he added. "If truth be known, we’d probably rather it was on the Sunday because we played on the Wednesday, so we’re back to the two-game turnaround."