Who needs Scott Hogan?
Brentford clearly don't as they put Aston Villa to the sword to record their first ever win over the Villans.
Lasse Vibe, the man now tipped to lead the line after Hogan's move to Steve Bruce's side going through, scored twice, either side of a Nico Yennaris strike.
Smith changed from the 3-5-2 formation deployed in recent weeks and played a 4-3-3 with Jota and Jozefzoon on the wings and the move paid off as Aston Villa were put to the sword.
“We haven't had wide players in abundance. Flo has come in and Jota has come back.
"I wanted to flip the system but we haven't had the opportunity to.
“John Egan had 21 stitches in his ear but he wanted to play and I had to make a decision.
"I said to the owner the other week I fancy flipping against Villa. It worked out and it's great to have the opportunity.”