BRENTFORD boss Thomas Frank insists he has a “good feeling” about his side’s upcoming play-off quest – which begins at Cherries.

The Bees manager saw his side finish in third spot in the regular Championship campaign, with 87 points from their 46 league games.

Frank’s side were also the top scorers in the division with 79 goals in total, having finished their campaign with a 3-1 win at Bristol City.

Brentford will visit Jonathan Woodgate’s side on Monday, before the second leg in west London on Saturday, May 22.

Frank said: “Our points tally would normally be enough for automatic promotion and we have again scored the most goals in the Championship.

“I have a good feeling about the play-offs, but the same was true last season.

“When you reach this stage, the lines between success and failure are so slim.

“One mistake or a single decision going against you can make the difference.

“Whatever happens from now on, it has been another outstanding season for the players.”

The winners of the two-legged tie will face either Barnsley or Swansea for a place in the Premier League.