Mark Warburton believes that Brentford's latest come-from-behind draw with Nottingham Forest is a valuable point, but was disappointed with their defending.
In what was deja vu after their 2-2 draw with Millwall, the Bees gifted the hosts two goals, gratefully snapped up by Tyler Walker and Todd Kane.
And, just like they did against the Lions, Brentford mounted a stirring fightback in the final moments to rescue a point with strikes from Andre Gray and Jota in the last minute.
Warburton said: “It's a valuable point. Every point will be key come May 2. Points have been dropped and gained today.
“We dug ourselves into a hole. I haven't seen the stats but the only key ones are goals. From the first whistle we lacked a bit of quality in the final third.
“We have the players who have shown they can do that. Our crossing was below part and we lacked a bit of quality with the final ball.
“Forest came with a game plan, defending resiliently and Antonio is a fantastic player.”
Brentford's defence should have done better with James Tarkowski slipping to allow Walker in before being caught on the counter by Forest for Ben Osborne to set up Kane for the second.
Warburton added: “I was disappointed with the goals we conceded. Tyler Walker brought it down well and had a tremendous finish but that shouldn't happen.
“With the second goal, we need to get to the ball and stop that but then we got caught on the counter.”
Brentford went 3-5-2 in an effort to get back into the game and even pushed forward trying to win it after equalising.
The Bees boss explained: “We go to win games. That's how we play. I'm not for chopping and changing.
“If we take care of the football then that's playing defensive. We were sloppy.
“We started slowly and that sets the tone for us. When we take care of the ball we can look after it and that's what we can do.”