THOMAS FRANK is flattered by reports linking him to Premier League heavyweights.
But the Brentford boss insists he is happy in west London as the club navigates its first season in the top flight.
Rumours suggest the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United have been monitoring Frank’s progress with The Bees.
But the Danish coach isn’t going to bat an eyelid while under contract at Brentford Community Stadium.
He told Bold.dk: “So, I understand that well, but… Arsenal and United. Wasn’t that how it was? I think I read that at some point.
“It’s very nice, but one thing is rumours, and the other is if they really wanted to contact me. Then we have to take it from there.
“I have a contract until 2023. I’m insanely happy at Brentford. It’s a club that means a lot to me and where I have had great times.
“I enjoy working with our director of football, owners, players, staff and fans.
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“It’s the club who must come to me, but now we must see what the future brings. I know we have a mutual respect and a good relationship with each other on that.”
Brentford have made a stunning start to the season and currently sit seventh with three wins in seven games.
But it would be a huge step-up for Frank were he to take over if Arsenal sacked Mikel Arteta or United gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the chop.
The 48-year-old has only managed Danish side Brondby before taking over at Brentford in 2018 after spending two years as Dean Smith’s assistant.
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