Dan Bentley believes that Brentford can take lessons from their 4-0 hiding at runaway Premier League leaders Chelsea, especially when it comes to moving the ball.
The Blues were rapid with the way they passed the ball while the Bees are much more circumspect.
That told as Antonio Conte's title favourites brushed Dean Smith's side away with ease over the course of 90 minutes.
Bentley said: “They are an excellent team and are the best in the country. They showed that on Saturday.
“They've got fantastic players and I don't think we disgraced ourselves but it wasn't the standard we set. We move on won't dwell on it.
“Their quality on the ball is unbelievable. Their understanding of each other's game, knowing where they're going to play the ball and where they're going to be.
“It's a credit to them and their manager. They moved the ball extremely quickly and made it difficult for us to get to them.”
Bentley insisted that Brentford don't want to emulate Chelsea's style completely but believes it will reinforce the idea of being quicker on the ball in the squad.
He added: “We don't want to emulate Chelsea but it may show a few of the lads that moving the ball quickly gets you places.
“Some of the best teams in the world move the ball quickly and that understanding is great. There are things that some of the boys can take to help themselves and the team.”