Rico Henry is available for Brentford’s Premier League game against Leeds United on Sunday.

Henry missed the Bees’ 2-0 victory over Bournemouth due to a calf strain, but Thomas Frank, speaking at his pre-match press conference, confirmed that the full-back is fit for the trip to Elland Road.

Aaron Hickey, having featured in Brentford’s friendly against Leyton Orient on Wednesday, is ‘touch-and-go’ to make the squad on Sunday.

Shandon Baptiste is also edging closer to a first-team return, but is unlikely to be involved in Yorkshire.

Pontus Jansson and Frank Onyeka (both hamstring) are progressing but remain sidelined.

Leeds United are without a Premier League win since November (three losses, two draws), but Frank stressed that Brentford face a tough challenge on Sunday.

“We’re going to Leeds, one of the most difficult away grounds,” he said.

“They have very good fans, who make a lot of noise.

“The team play and perform much better than the results they’ve got.

"I understand why [Jesse] Marsch said that the Villa game [Leeds lost 2-1 to Aston Villa on 13 January] is a ‘go-to’ performance. They looked such a threat and have players going forward who have pace and a big skillset.

“We need to be very well organised, and we need to believe in ourselves.

“We are on a good run, and we need to use that confidence. Our attitude is that we are confident but humble.”