THOMAS FRANK has agreed a new contract with Brentford.
SunSport understands that the agreement will be in effect until 2025, although the paperwork is yet to be fully signed.
Frank’s current terms will expire at the end of next season.
But the Bees want to tie their charismatic boss for longer after a good first campaign in the Premier League.
Brentford, who host Wolves on Saturday, are currently 14th in the standings, nine points above the relegation zone.
They started the season with a memorable 2-0 win over Arsenal, also beating West Ham and Aston Villa, as well as drawing Liverpool with a 3-3 draw in September.
Brentford also unlucky to receive 3-1 defeat against Manchester United Wednesday.
Despite the loss, Frank was ‘unbelievably proud’ of his team.
Frank told BT Sport: “Unbelievably proud of my team. We’re the smallest club in the Premier League, Manchester United are the biggest.
“We destroyed them in the first half, they didn’t have a sniff, three big chances and there can only be one winner in this game.
“They’re incredibly lucky. I know all about taking chances. They changed the system against little Brentford.
“One of those nights, let’s play fair with David de Gea, if we get those chances again, one man will shoot in the net.
“Our intensity killed them, we showed that in the first half we played the Brentford way.”
Danish director Frank has been at the helm since 2018 and eventually landed the club promoted from the Championship through last year’s play-offs.
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