Brentford will stick to their principles of passing the ball out from the back despite James Tarkowski's costly mistake against Norwich.
So says assistant manager David Weir, who reckons the defender's error was a small price to pay for their success since Mark Warburton took over in December.
"James made one bad pass the whole game and it was punished," said Weir. "That's the life of a defender and it's about how you react to that.
"Ninety nine per cent of what James did was very good. He was trying to play and help us win the game rather than just get rid of the ball.
"If you look at the way we've played and the amount of goals we've scored since Mark has been in charge we will always encourage that.
"Sometimes a player will give the ball away in a dangerous area and the other team will capitalise, but in my time here I can only remember a couple of incidents that's happened.
"We definitely won't abandon what we're doing. We're very clear in regards to our style of play."
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