Brentford head coach Dean Smith has been bouncing ideas of Thomas Frank and Richard O'Kelly to try and lift the Bees' out of their bad run of results.
While performances in general, especially in the league, have been good the end result hasn't been there leaving the west Londoners in the relegation zone.
And the coaching staff have been looking at any way they can improve the situation and have been adapting in training to such things.
Smith said: “We've been trying to do that anyway and improve where we can. I've got two people on the bench who have done this job.
“We bounce ideas off each other. It's been helpful to have that. We're trying things differently off and on the pitch to see if it can make a difference.
“I think it would be difficult to strengthen the spirit of the squad as they're a tightknit group. There's a great togetherness at the football club.
“Because we haven't won the games, from the outside, more pressure gets exerted from that.”
Finishing has been Brentford's biggest issue this season with Florian Jozefzoon and Neal Maupay missing chances in the last two games.
And Smith believes there's a mental side that can be worked on and one goal could spark a scoring run.
He added: “At times it's between the two ears as well. Florian made tremendous runs last week. He kept getting opportunities but if he makes those runs and opportunities he'll take them.
“Neal Maupay showed what a good finisher he was earlier in the season and that will come good.
“They're working hard in training and you're hoping when the chances come their way they'll take it.”
Smith knows there is some frustration amongst the supporters, although a number of them understand the performances haven't led to the results.
“On the whole, the feedback I get (when I leave the ground) is they're all behind us and happy with how we're playing.
“I understand the criticism from Tuesday and they're as baffled as we are that we haven't got 12, 13 points rather than just four.
“We all want to see wins and we want to make sure we get the wins for the supporters.