Brentford moved off the bottom of the Championship with a hard-fought 0-0 draw with Wolves, the first time they have played out a goalless game in 2017.
The Bees had made the better start and Romaine Sawyers was brilliantly denied by John Ruddy with a thunderbolt of a strike.
Wolves fashioned chances themselves and Dan Bentley had to be alert to keep their front three of Diogo Jota, Leo Bonatini and Bright Enobakhare quiet.
Neal Maupay should have given Brentford the lead in the second half after a great ball across from Sawyers.
But the midfielder will feel he should have done better when the Frenchman returned the favour.
Bentley saved from Wolves' Jota.
And Nouha Dicko missed their best chance to seal three points in stoppage time but the hosts will be delighted with a clean sheet.
Below are five talking points to emerge from the game
The Jota conundrum
Jota was not his usual self for Brentford against Wolves and, come the second half, was off the pace and the game was passing him by.
It's worth remembering he has been struggling with a back injury and it may be that was impeding him in the second half.
But, with it being transfer season, fans spend their time analysing a players' body language which, at times, didn't give off the right impression.
I can imagine that being the subject of intense speculation, which, if you remember, started with the club being warned of an imminent bid before the first pre-season friendly in July, can be a major distraction.
Jota knows he can perform better than that as does everyone who saw him at Griffin Park. It'd be a shame if that was his last performance because it was not one to remember.
Indeed, I can't help but wonder that if another player, who does not enjoy practically universal popularity, would have been jeered off after that display.
One way or another, 11pm on Thursday can't come quick enough.
Another player who has been linked with a move away has been Harlee Dean. If a move was to happen between now and the end of the window, he should go with the well-wishes of all Brentford fans (except when he faces the Bees of course).
The defender, despite picking up an early yellow card, didn't put a foot wrong for the 90 minutes and was named man of the match by the sponsors.
What the centre back offers the club will be difficult to replace and, if he and Jota both left this summer, I feel Dean would be the harder one to replace.
If that was the last time Dean features in a Brentford shirt then he has done all Bees fans can truly ask for; give 100 per cent from his first day to last.
Dean, despite playing very well, was not my man of the match with that award going to Romaine Sawyers.
The midfielder has always been an easy target for some supporter who are quick to decry him when he passes the ball backwards.
However, his form has been absolutely superb of late, following up his fine display at Loftus Road with a dominant one against Wolves.
The visitors looked to shackle him by doubling up but the Saint Kitts and Nevis international found a way to break free.
He deserved a goal but will be disappointed with his finish midway through the second half.
A clean sheet
It'd have been nice to see Brentford pick up their first three points of the campaign but, even so, picking up a point and a clean sheet would have been a close second.
Keeping the opponents off the scoresheet has proven difficult for Dean Smith's side in the past and they had some nervy moments against Wolves.
The 2-2 draw against Bristol City felt like two points dropped. This point will feel like a point gained.
Welcome back Woodsy
It was a spine-tingling moment when Brentford fans rose as one to welcome back Ryan Woods to the Griffin Park pitch.
Everyone connected with the club has been devastated to the tragic loss of his and his partner's child.
I just hope the love the fans showed for Ryan, and by extension his family, as he came on provides some form of comfort at this horrendous time.