Bee's goalkeeper Dan Bentley called for his side to be more clinical to capitalise on performances like the one against Barnsley.
The former Southend keeper guarded the net as Brentford claimed 64% possession and barrelled the Barnsley goal with 22 shots but only had six on target.
He said: "We gave them a sniff second half but first half I thought it was one way traffic.
"Everything I had to do was on the floor which is obviously good defensively and the way the game is going in terms of territory.
"Second half I had a little bit more to do but other than that little spell they had, we had the chances and we created enough to win a couple of football matches never mind one.
"We're disappointed it feels like two points dropped, but there's positives to take, a clean sheet being the first and foremost one and I think we just need to be more clinical going forward."
Bentley was quick to point out that the team take collective responsibility however.
"We don't look it as the defenders and midfielders did our job and then the rest were poor.
"We don't look at it like that, it's a team game, as a team we kept a clean sheet and as a team we didn't score
"So that's every individual player kept a clean sheet from Neil back to myself and everyone didn't score from myself to Neil.
"We wont be pointing fingers or anything like that. We just have to work together as a team, work hard and make sure everybody is chipping in with the goals not just Neil, not just Sergi or Ollie.
Brentford now go into the festive fixtures where they will face promotion contenders Aston Villa and Wolves, as well Norwich and Sheffield Wednesday.
Bentley isn't daunted by the task.
He said: "I think all those teams we've beaten before.
"I don't think we'll be going into the games thinking those are any bigger than today because, as the manager explained to us before the game, today's as big a game as any.
"It's a chance to get three points like every game is. Those are games you look forward to, playing big stadiums and big crowds.
"The Christmas period is always nice in a way because everybody wants to come and watch their team over the Christmas period and on boxing day.
"I'm sure we'll take a good support to Norwich and that's hopefully where we'll start with three points."