ANDY Scott reckons Brentford's demolition of Huddersfield on Saturday was his side's best performance since he took charge.
Charlie MacDonald 's brace and a Lewis Grabban strike earned an impressive victory at Griffin Park.
Bees boss Scott took the club to the League Two title last year in his first full season at the club, but he reckons the rout of Lee Clark's play-off hopefuls was the most impressive in his two-and-a-half years in the hotseat.
He said: "Our desire matched our football. That 90 minutes was most complete performance since I've been in charge. It's been a massive effort, especially with run of games and injuries we've had.
"But you forget about tiredness when you're performing well and winning games. The last 10-12 games we've been getting better and better. We're a force to be reckoned with."