Andy Scott reckons becoming a more organised unit has got his Brentford side back on track.
The Bees grabbed a last-minute equaliser through Karleigh Osborne to draw 1-1 with League Two leaders Darlington at Griffin Park on Saturday.
And with two wins and a draw from their last three games, last month's blip seems to have passed.
Scott said: "Both sides are very organised, which is why it was such a tight game. They are similar to Wycombe in that respect.
"Both goals came from set pieces, and that ifies the league really. You’ve got to be organised and set pieces do win games.
"You’ve got to have some quality as well, and both sides showed they are well organised, but we had the better quality on the day.
"Everyone said we were a good passing side at the start of the season, yet we were conceding some poor goals and not scoring as many as we would have liked.
"We had a look at it and the systems of teams who have been successful in this league and what gets you out of it."
Scott's men travel to Luton tommorow night.