Brentford fans are feeling positive this season
Believe Brentford have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Brentford fans are presently mostly feeling Excitement
Brentford's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 10.1
Brentford fans want to see an Attacking Midfielder transfer
Are satisfied with Brentford's recruitment so far this summer
Aaron Hickey / £17m / Bologna
The highly-rated Hickey will provide competition for first-choice left-back Rico Henry. The Scot, whose attacking instincts have been compared to compatriot Andy Robertson, scored five goals and registered one assist for Bologna last term. Exciting long-term capture. 3/5
Keane Lewis-Potter / Undisclosed / Hull City
A direct goalscoring wide forward who is right footed but tends to play off the left. Scored 12 goals in a poor Hull team last season and looks likely to follow the path of former teammate Jarrod Bowen. 4/5
Thomas Strakosha / Free / Lazio
The Albanian shot stopper is a fine pick-up on a free transfer having done well at Lazio, keeping 62 clean sheets in 208 games. Will likely start the season as number two but could end up replacing David Raya. 4/5
Ben Mee / Free / Burnley
Former Burnley captain Ben Mee spent 11 years at Turf Moor, making 376 appearances for the club, and brings Brentford plenty of Premier League experience. Mee's absence through injury played a key part in Burnley's demise last term and he could be an important player for Thomas Frank's men. 4/5
Undisclosed / Blackpool
Undisclosed / Brentford
Loan / AFC Wimbledon
Brentford need to be wary of second-season syndrome, though threat may have been overhyped with only seven out of 48 teams seeing their second term in the Premier League end in relegation in the last 15 years.
The Bees won seven of the ten games Christian Eriksen started last season and will struggle to replace him.
Brentford's 13th-place finish last season was their best effort in English football's top flight since the 1937-38 campaign.
Bryan Mbeumo has assisted at least seven league goals in each of his three seasons with the club.
A strong start and a fast finish were key to Brentford finishing 13th last season and Thomas Frank's side would probably settle for a similar final outcome in 2022-23. They look well stocked in attack with Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo adapting well to higher level football and Yoane Wissa finding his feet during the run-in.
Brentford to stay up
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