Alex Pritchard has played down the dressing room row after Brentford were held to a 1-1 draw by Derby.
The Bees were the better side for the majority of the contest and the Tottenham midfielder put the visitors a goal up with a sensational curling effort that looked in from the moment he took the shot.
But Brentford missed chances to put the game to bed and were punished as Darren Bent turned the ball home after Jeff Hendrick's shot.
He said: “It's the way football is. There's going to be swear words and frustration. That's football. We're team-mates and we've got to keep going. It was probably frustrating.
“To play as well as we did and be ahead for so long and to concede in the last minute (the mood in the dressing room is) not good.
“But the guy (Hendrick) who took the shot could have got sent off (for a foul on Tommy Smith). We'll look to bounce back Tuesday.
“I think we had chances we should have scored. We haven't got to the ball and we couldn't clear our lines. We tried to play and to concede in the last minute was not good.
“We're playing really good football against a team that should be winning promotion. We need to play like we did in order to ensure play-off spots.”
Brentford have the chance to take their frustrations out at Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow night but Pritchard is expecting a different type of game.
He added: “It'll be a different test there and be more route one. We need to get the points as quickly as we can. It's going to be a high-scoring point tally (to get in the play-offs.
“We're not looking at it. We're just playing the way we're playing and try and get as many three points as we can.
“It'll be a big test and we have to focus on ourselves. If we keep playing like that we can produce a lot of goals. We've got to improve our home form as well but we've got big games we need to win.”
The home form has been a problem in recent weeks with Cardiff, Millwall and Nottingham Forest claiming points and Pritchard accepted it was because teams were sitting back and countering at Griffin Park.
He explained: “When we're at home and we're pressing they're countering us. We battered Forest but with the pace and strength up top they have they got two goals.
“I don't think we just countered (Derby) and we played football. We've got to go again.”