Brentford head coach Thomas Frank believes that 'anything is possible' ahead of the final Premier League game of the season, which could see the Bees secure European football for the first time in the club's history.

The west Londoners need to beat Premier League champions Manchester City and hope both Aston Villa and Tottenham drop points against Brighton and Leeds, respectively, to achieve a seventh-place finish, which would secure a spot in the Europa Conference League for next season.

However, Frank is well aware that beating 'the best team in the world' will be a difficult task at the Gtech Community Stadium on Sunday.

“I’m a big dreamer, I'm a big believer. I believe that everything is possible football in football," the Bees boss stated.

"Every season is a new opportunity to achieve something big. I had a big belief that we would get top ten this season, a big belief. 

"I am so pleased that we are in the mix and have a chance - we now just need to beat the best team in the world!  

“I'm pretty sure they will win the FA Cup and the Champions League. They have two difficult games against Manchester United and Inter Milan but, if they hit their highest level, I think they have a good chance of doing that.  

“It's a massive, massive mountain ahead of us. But, at home, with this group of players, I think anything is possible.” 

He added: “I’ve just mentioned that we have an opportunity to get into Europe and we know that the biggest, biggest thing that we need to get ticked is to beat the best team in the world, which is very difficult.  

“We're only focusing on that and then we'll see if the results go our way.” 

Frank confirmed that there are no new injury concerns, meaning that Brentford will only be without Ivan Toney (suspended), Keane Lewis-Potter (knee), Pontus Jansson (hamstring), Matt Cox (international duty with England under-20s) and Christian Norgaard (Achilles) for the clash on Sunday.

And the head coach wants the players he selects to face Pep Guardiola's side to finish the season off 'in style' in front of the fans in west London this weekend.

“I know we have a lot to play for, but I hope Sunday is going to be a celebration of football," he said.

"We’re playing against the best team in the world, we’re at home, we’ve had a fantastic season, let’s do everything we can to finish it off in style.”