Brentford manager Thomas Frank has eulogised Frank Onyeka for his immediate impact at the club, Completesports.com reports.
The midfielder arrived from Danish club FC Midtylland this summer.
The 23-year-old started the Bees first two Premier League games of the campaign against Arsenal and Crystal Palace.
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Brentford will face Aston Villa In their next Premier League game at the Villa Park on Saturday (today).
“[The new signings] have settled in well, especially Kristoffer Ajer and Frank [Onyeka] who started the first two games and did very well,” Thomas told the club’s official website.
“Yoane Wissa came in a bit later, but we have big expectations for him and believe he can help us. He got 90 good minutes on Tuesday night. Alvaro Fernandez is a good goalkeeper and you have Myles Peart-Harris as well. They have settled in well.
“I think we have a strong squad and a squad that can compete. I am happy but we are always aware of the market. I can’t say one definitely won’t come in, but I can’t say one definitely will come in. We are not desperate to bring one in. We have built a squad that I think is strong enough and exciting enough to be competitive but also has some interesting players for the future.”
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