Mark Warburton once again called on his Brentford side to be more punishing in front of goal following Saturday's 3-1 win at Crewe.
Two brilliant strikes from Alan Judge either side of the break, plus an Adam Forshaw's long range effort, meant Chuks Aneke's late penalty for Crewe was nothing but a consolation.
But, with Clayton Donaldson and Marcello Trotta particularly guilty of wastefulness, the League One leaders could have won even more comfortably in a game they dominated from start to finish.
It was a mantra the Bees boss repeated after recent wins over Peterborough and Gillingham, in which better finishing would have wrapped games up sooner.
He said: “The first half especially we were dominant. The tempo and quality were both there, and with some better finishing we could have been out of sight. Clayton could have had a hat-trick, we need to be more clinical.
“After two postponed games, they were champing at the bit to play today. They were ready for it, and you could see that from the first whistle.
“This is an outstanding group of players, and I want them to get their rewards (in terms of promotion) that they didn't get last year.”