Henrik Dalsgaard cut to the chase when reflecting on Brentford's 4-3 defeat to Nottingham Forest, admitting that he was unhappy with the defensive display.
The Bees defence stood off Andreas Bouchalakis either side of half-time and he punished their defence with well-taken, long range strikes.
Between those, Daryl Murphy also fired home as Forest bounced back from a goal down to lead 3-1 before surviving a late Brentford rally.
“We can't be happy conceding four goals at home,” Dalsgaard said.
“Their goals were too easy. They made some pretty good goals but I think he's free outside the box.
“He should not get those chances. We need to be sharper at both ends and it was the same in this game.
“We have to analyse the game on Sunday and then look forward. We can't keep thinking about this. We'll have a look at the good things and the bad things and move on.”
Brentford had other chances going forward and Dalsgaard knows that they must be more clinical up front.
He added: “Let's say that we learn from these mistakes and then we can move on. It was a bit too easy. We need to be more clinical at both ends.”