ANDY Scott has warned his players they could end up on the footballing scrapheap unless they get back to winning ways quickly.
Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat at Wycombe extended their winless streak in League One to four matches, and leaves them just three points off the drop zone.
But the Brentford boss has called for his players to have a reality check, and start enjoying doing the 'best job in the world'.
He said:"Thousands of people who go and watch each week want to be that person. If you can't enjoy being a professional footballer there's something wrong with you.
"You enjoy it more by winning games of football. But it's not life or death, it's a game.
"There's more important things in life than that, and I think sometimes they lose sight of that.
"People have been flooded out of their homes in Cumbria, people are dying all over the world in wars and they've got the best job in the world.
"I've told them if they don't start enjoying it then the journey's not going to be a long one. You want to make the most of it, and don't want to get to the end of your career regretting what you should've done."