Brentford boss Andy scott dismissed calls for a new striker after watching his side put three goals past Morecambe last night.
Although Brentford have only lost once in 11 League Two games and sit second, they had only scored more than one in a game twice before Tuesday night.
All of which had left fans worried about a lack firepower. But Scott said: "We've just scored three goals and created many more chances, so we must be doing something right.
"We're also scoring more goals than we're conceding, which is the main thing."
Brentford fell behind after just four minuets against Morecambe, with Stuart Drummond firing home as the Bees appealed in vain for offside - but that was only the start of an amazing opening 10 minutes.
Within three minutes Charlie MacDonald had equalised from a Glenn Poole cross, and another three minutes later Poole took advantage of a Marvin Williams shot being spilt by visiting keeper Barry Roche to put the Bees in front.
Poole then hit the bar with a free-kick from 30 yards out, and Nathan Elder missed a sitter from an Adam Newton cross before making up for it by heading home a MacDonald cross following Marcus Bean's brillaint pass down the left flank.
It should have been four before the break, with Poole hitting a penalty softly straight at Roche.
But it was 3-1 at the break, and that was how it finished too, despite some near misses in the second-half from the brilliant MacDonald.