Brentford Head Coach Dean Smith praised his side's work-rate after they battled to beat Leeds at Griffin Park on Saturday night.
Neal Maupay opened the scoring after taking advantage of a Andy Lonergan howler, before a Yoann Barbet free-kick and a Ryan Woods effort reduced Ezgjan Alioski's equaliser after Dan Bentley made the same mistake to consolation status.
Smith said: "I'm very pleased with that. It was a good, hardworking performance.
"I thought we dominated the first half and had the penalty gone in, we would have deserved to have been two goals up and I thought if that had had of gone in, we would have been a little bit more comfortable in the second half."
The two goalkeeping howlers from each side looked likely to dominate proceedings, but Smith was happy with the way his substitutes changed the game.
He said: "Their goalkeeper’s helped us out and our goalkeeper’s helped them out, and you’re thinking that it might be one of them games.
"I thought the subs helped us for the last 20 minutes, I thought we went and pressed them a lot higher, won the ball back again, and created some chances, so it is really pleasing to get the win."
Smith also praised the performance of Neal Maupay, who scored his sixth goal of the season but only his first as a starter.
He said: "It's nice to get a forward to score from the start. I thought he worked terrifically hard again, he certainly defies his size. When the ball comes into him it sticks and it brings others into play.
"He's won another penalty today, scored his goal, so it's another performance that we can be pleased about, and another step in the direction of him improving in the Championship."