Andy Scott admitted his players had given him the best kind of headache possible following Saturday's thumping 4-0 win over Grimsby.
A double for Charlie McDonald on his full debut, and further strikes by Nathan Elder and Glenn Poole, led a Bees side depleted by injuries and suspensions to a first win of the season over a Grimsby side who had not conceded a goal in its opening two games.
Scott was understandably thrilled with the response from his side, and the Bees' boss warned those looking to get back in the starting XI they may be left waiting for a shirt come tomorrow's trip to Barnet.
"We've still got a few missing and it's going to be a big headache for me when everyone is fit, because performances like that are going to make it difficult to pick a different side," said Scott.
"This was my first choice side for today. I asked them to go out and do everything possible to keep the shirt, and they won 4-0."
Marcus Bean could be the first to feel the effect of the Griffin Park side's goal blitz.
The 23-year-old midfield ace missed Saturday's romp through suspension after being sent off in Tuesday's Carling Cup defeat at Swansea.
And with Scott quick to praise the contribution in the engine room of Craig Pead, Bean could find himself warming the bench at Underhill.
"Marcus Bean got sent off at Swansea in what was a poor error of judgement on his behalf," said Scott.
"Craig Pead has been nothing short of outstanding through pre-season with his attitude and application, and he deserved his chance.
"He did a good job at Swansea the other night, and I thought he and Kevin O'Connor did a great job today.
"It's given me a problem now, because Marcus is available next week."