Thomas Frank beleives people are seeing the fruits of Brentford's labour after their 3-0 win at Swansea on Tuesday night.

After a slow start to the season, Brentford backed up their 3-2 win over Millwall on Saturday with their first win in Swansea since 1995.

Said Benrahma, a Jake Bidwell own goal and a Bryan Mbeumo strike also meant it was the first back-to-back wins of the season for the west Lodnon outfit, and Frank believes ther are now hitting their stride.

"We talked about this at the start of the season," the Bees boss said.

"New players coming in and finding their way, we knew it would take time to settle in.

"Benrahma was injured at the start of the season, and he is one of the best offensive players in this league.

"He's had to build that match tempo and match fitness, but we know at times he's unplayable.

"It means a lot to get goals from him and Bryan as well as Ollie (Watkins). Teams that meet us, they need to worry about three players."

Benrahma put Brentford ahead after half-an-hour with a brilliant curling effort and former Bees defender Bidwell put through his own net six minutes later.

French striker Mbeumo scored for the second-successive game after 56 minutes to wrap up the win.

The Bees boss felt his side were worthy winners, and that the scorline flattered the hosts suhc was Brentford's dominance in the attacking third.

"When we won the ball we were a big counter-attacking threat and created big chances," Frank said.

"We went for the third goal and after that we more or less controlled the game and didn't give too many chances away.

"They didn't believe any more that they could get something from the game."

The win lift Brentford up to 12th in the Championship and will have to wait until Monday to see if they can make it three wins on the bounce when they make the short journey to Loftus Road to take on QPR in a London derby.