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Thomas Frank believes Brentford have a "very good chance" of keeping midfielder Christian Eriksen.
Former Tottenham playmaker Eriksen resumed his career by making a sensational return to the Premier League in January, joining the Bees on a deal until the end of the season.
It is only last June that the 30-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 game against Finland and was brought back to life on the pitch.
Eriksen was released by Inter, as he would have been unable to play in Italy after having a cardioverter defibrillator fitted.
Inter's loss has been very much Brentford's gain, as the former Ajax midfield maestro has pulled the strings for the London club and also scored two goals in as many games against Serbia and the Netherlands back on the international stage.
Eriksen has been linked with a return to Spurs, while other clubs are reportedly keen to sign him as a free agent at the end of the season, but Brentford boss Frank is hopeful he will sign a new deal with the Bees.
When asked about keeping his compatriot, Frank told BBC Sport: "I am always positive. I always believe we have a very good chance.
"I know he is happy here, he is enjoying his football. It is a decision that will be taken at the end of the season."
He added on Sky Sports: "The key is he performs consistently at a high level ... It's no secret we would like to do everything we can to keep him."
Brentford have won five of the eight league games Eriksen has featured in, while he has provided two assists and scored a goal himself. The Dane has created 16 chances, with 11 of those coming from set-pieces.