Brentford are starting to scrape the points together in the second best English superliga under manager Thomas Frank.
Saturday beat Brentford at home to Stoke 3-1, and thus is Frank's crew unbeaten in the last five league matches in The Championship, where the team has retrieved nine points.
The former Brondby coach was otherwise a bad, when he three months ago was promoted from assistant to head coach.
Frank made his debut with a defeat to Bristol 20. October, and in the first two months under the dane's leadership ran Brentford into one defeat after another.
It was therefore just four points in Thomas Frank's first ten league games as manager, and in december began several fans to publicly express their dissatisfaction with the dane.
Now is your luck apparently turned in Brentford, which has moved a good distance away from the nedrykningspladserne. The team is number 17 in the series with 31 points - eight points from the relegation zone.
In Saturday's showdown against Premier League nedrykkeren Stoke came Brentford at 1-0 after an own goal by Stoke's Ryan Shawcross after six minutes.
After a quarter of an hour increased Mohamed Benrahma to 2-0, before Rico Henry after the break scored in the match last goal. Occasionally reduced your Benik Afobe to 1-2.
The Danish national team player Henrik Dalsgaard played the entire match on the højrekanten for Brentford.
Stoke is located in the middle of the table on a 14.-place with 35 points - four more than Brentford.