Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has given an injury update on Christian Nørgaard, after the Bees skipper limped off in the first half of the 2-1 defeat to Arsenal.

Frank also detailed the problem with Sergio Reguilón that caused the Spanish full-back to miss the game in north London.

On Nørgaard, the Bees boss explained: “It was a contact injury. Hopefully, fingers crossed, he’ll be available for Burnley.  

“I think Mathi, Vita and Frank did fantastically when he came off.” 

He added: “Sergio has a minor hamstring injury - he should be available for Burnley.” 

On the game itself, Frank was, again, "unbelievably proud" of his side's performance, which saw them limit the Gunners - who had scored 31 goals in their last seven games - to minimal clear-cut efforts on goal.

"The mentality, the effort, the shift, the personality this team is showing, should make all the Brentford fans unbelievably proud," Frank stated.

“How much they fought for the badge was incredible, against the in-form team in the Premier League. Everyone, rightly so, was praising Arsenal; they have scored however many goals in the last seven games and we kept them to a very, very, very minimum.  

“You could argue that we had the bigger chance, with Nathan Collins at 1-1 in the second half. 

“And, of course, it’s very clear that [Kai] Havertz should have a clear second yellow and then he would have a red card and not be able to score the winner. We'd then play 11 against 10, and that would have given us an even bigger chance to win the game.”