THOMAS Frank is calm over the club's current run of form despite only winning once in the last ten Premier League games.

The gap between Brentford and the relegation zone has closed in recent weeks as Newcastle, Watford and Burnley have all picked up points.

Last time out Arsenal got the better of Frank's side with a 2-1 win at the Emirates Stadium.

The Bess however have lost six of their last seven in the league, with the only point coming against Crystal Palace.

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Brentford were beaten by Arsenal in the Premier LeagueBrentford were beaten by Arsenal in the Premier League

Fans have started to get a bit nervous as the team's comfort zone above the bottom three has slowly been etched away.

However, Brentford are still six points above the bottom three with three teams between them and Watford in 18th place.

Despite the run of poor results head coach Frank is only keeping eyes on his own side.

“I think it is about us, what we can do,” he said.

“Focus on the next training, the next game, that is the most important thing.

“We have done that the whole season, it is only about us.

“Every team in the Premier League, if you are in the bottom 10, have spells like this.”

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