Ryan Woods insists he won't be changing his game any time soon – despite picking up five bookings in his first nine league games of the season.
Bees boss Dean Smith has talked about curbing Woods' enthusiasm a tad - but there is a fine line between reining in someone's discipline and taking something out of their game – and Woods does not intend to cross it.
He said: “Absolutely not, I won't be changing the way I play, that's the way I am. I'm annoyed to be missing the next game, but it's just part of football. I'm sure the lads will be doing their best to get the three points, and I'll be there to cheer them on.
“I've been quite unfortunate with the way I've received a lot of the bookings. Today's one wasn't a booking, and that's been the case with a lot of them. The ref was desperate to book me all game, to be honest.
“If the ref watches the game back he'll be disappointed with his own performance, I would be. But we can't go blaming the ref for the result or anything like that, we didn't do enough in the first half, and although we had a real go in the second half, it wasn't to be.”
The one positive Brentford can take from an afternoon to forget at Molineux was the manner in which they had Wolves on the ropes for the last 20 minutes or so, after Sullay Kaikai pulled it back to 2-1, before the hosts broke away to seal it in injury time.
Woods added: “There's no point being content with losing, we would rather concede another five going for the win. Sometimes it works for you, and sometimes it doesn't.
“We've always got that in us. We're a good side but we didn't do ourselves justice, in the first half especially. It's a really disappointing result to take, but we've got to bounce back on Tuesday now.”