Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has given an injury update on Mathias Jensen and Kristoffer Ajer after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Fulham.

Jensen was not in the matchday squad for the west London derby, while Ajer went off in the first half with a facial injury.

But Frank hopes the duo's knocks aren't too significant ahead of next weekend's clash with Bournemouth.

On Jensen, he stated: “It is a minor injury. If this was a play-off final or a Champions League final, then he would play, but we didn’t need to risk it.” 

When asked if he had spoken to Ajer, Frank added: "No, I haven't. I hope it's not too serious."

On the game itself, Frank was pleased with the clean sheet, which sees the Bees unbeaten for the fifth game in a row, but wants more cutting edge in the final two games of the season.

"It was a solid performance without being through the roof. Defensively, it’s always good to keep a clean sheet," Frank explained.  

“If you can't win, don't lose - that's been a thing we haven’t nailed enough this season. So, in that sense, I'm happy.  

“In a game where we didn’t hit our highest offensive level, it's difficult to produce enough chances to try to get the winner. There was a lot of effort, willpower and we wanted to go for the win. 

“But, on the day, we didn't have the cutting edge.”