Thomas Frank insists he is still the right man to lead Brentford out of their poor run after their 2-0 defeat at Hull.

Since replacing Dean Smith in October, Brentford have just one win in 10 games.

Fans have started voicing their concern about Brentford's plight, and calls for action were intensified following Frazier Campbell's brace at the KC Stadium. .

Frank responded: "We are worried - if you only win one in 10, that's clear. We need to look at ourselves, but you can see the effort they put in.

"You can't ensure anything in the world, but I am 100 per cent sure that me, the players and the coaching staff will do everything we can to turn it around. One win will do massively."

The scoreline might have been a touch misleading as Brentford controlled possession for much of the game, most significantly in the second half.

But the defensive frailties which have undermined Frank's reign again resurfaced when Campbell cashed in on poor marking with goals in the 12th and 21st minutes.

And although Brentford fleetingly looked like getting back into the game after the restart, they could not find a way through.

Frank said: "We need to minimise the defensive mistakes and errors.

"We started good - very well, actually - and dominated the game and created chances. But I think that (the two goals) shows why we are suffering a little bit - we got punished extremely hard in those situations.

"We definitely made mistakes but the small margins didn't drop to our side.

"We created opportunities but we didn't play quick enough, and with the sharpness of that quality when we are on a high."

Hull, by contrast, are going along nicely and are now above Brentford in the Sky Bet Championship.