Brentford captain John Egan knows that a season isn't decided on the first two games and insisted the club's promotion ambitions haven't changed.
You need only look back to 12 months ago when Newcastle were beaten in their opening fixtures before finding form and winning the league.
And Egan knows that there are 131 points still up for grabs and will be going all out to put things right.
He said: “It's a long season. We've got 44 more games left and we'll be on the training ground working hard.
“Our objectives haven't changed. We can learn a lot from them and try to win the next one.”
Brentford host Bristol City on Tuesday night and they will be keen to eradicate the memories of their 4-3 reverse against Nottingham Forest.
Egan added: “It's good that a game is soon after. We'll look to put things right. We've shown we can score goals and we need to keep them out at the other end.”