Brentford full back Josh Clarke paid tribute to the team performance against Derby, admitting his man of the match award could have gone to any one in red and white.
The west Londoners were at their brilliant best and the Rams were lambs to the slaughter as Lasse Vibe and Jota both scored twice in a comprehensive rout.
Derby had a 25 minute spell after half time but, despite being put under heavy pressure, the Bees defence stood firm.
“I'm delighted with the performance. We played well as a team. I think we were solid and going forward, we were unreal,” Clarke said.
“Yeah, you could cut the man of the match award up and share it 14 ways. It was a solid team performance and I think we wanted to win after last week where we didn't deserve to lose. We came out with the right mindset and won.”
Clarke has come into the side after Maxime Colin's injury and, while everyone knows how good the Frenchman has been this season, the young full back has more than filled his shoes.
And the 21-year-old knows that he must continue to play like that to keep Colin out of the side when he returns to fitness.
He added: “It's a tough one. Maxime is a good player so if I get a chance, I've got to play my heart out.”
The full back has formed a strong partnership with Jota and the pair worked on the overlap and Derby could not live with the pair down the flanks.
Clarke explained: “It's incredible. I think we're damaging teams with myself and Jota and everyone else around us and that's the main thing.”
For Brentford, the focus now turns onto Easter Monday's trip to Barnsley and Clarke had that message for his team mates.
He said: “We've got to focus, recover and then we go again against Barnsley.”