Thomas Frank has claimed his newly promoted Brentford side “will always aim for victory” and praised David Raya as one of the Premier League’s best goalkeepers after a 2-1 win over West Ham.

Brentford continue to entertain in their debut Premier League campaign, already beating Arsenal and Wolves, while also winning a famous 3-3 draw at home against Liverpool.

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Yoane Wissa was the hero again as Brentford got another impressive result

Wissa also scored the decisive goal in the draw against Liverpool

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Wissa also scored the decisive goal in the draw against Liverpool

The Bees’ late equalizer against Liverpool, Yoane Wissa, was the hero against West Ham, crushing the winner of the stoppage time at the London Stadium.

Frank admitted his side were lucky to win the result, but made his club’s intentions clear, saying they would always aim for the win despite returning to the top of the ladder for the first time in 74 years. .

“We fought massively, I thought we were working hard, [bodies] online, ”Frank said.

“Sometimes you need it when it’s a rough game, so kudos to the boys, but I want us to be better on the ball.

Thomas Frank's team is flying right now

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Thomas Frank’s team is flying right now

“We actually got through the storm and you thought okay now that was settled and then we conceded a nice damn goal on a set piece and after that you said OK [the game’s over], but we always try to aim for victory.

Frank also sought to congratulate his goalie David Raya who made four saves during the game. The Spaniard joined Blackburn in 2019 and immediately impressed, sparking interest from Arsenal.

But Frank is thrilled to have retained his No. 1 and expects him to soon be considered one of the league’s top stopers after a great start.

“David Raya, I think it won’t be long before he is recognized for his performances so far in the Premier League,” Frank said.

Raya impressed, winning his secondary points with huge saves against West Ham and Liverpool

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Raya impressed, winning his secondary points with huge saves against West Ham and Liverpool

“I think he’s definitely one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League.”

The Dane was also happy with the travel support, which he says will appreciate the late winner more than anyone after their gigantic 74-year wait to join the top flight.

“It’s fantastic for them, I’m so happy, all the fans are going to love this late winner, but I think our fans appreciate him a little more because of all the hardships the club went through”, he said. -he declares.

“It’s been a long, long journey to get into the Premier League and now they’ve just discovered rock and roll.”

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