There was disappointment on the Brentford FC team bus coming back from Accrington last night - despite a last-gasp equaliser sending them top of League Two.
Jordan Rhodes' injury-time strike earned the Bees the point which was enough to see them leapfrog Wycombe on goal difference.
But the striker reckons Brentford should have been celebrating three points instead.
Rhodes said: "There is a little bit of disappointment. The lads will go back on the bus and feel we should have had all three points.
"If you look at second half possession, it is probably 80/20 in our favour.
"Unfortunately in the last few away games we haven't had the rub of the green and teams have sat back against us.
"But it's a compliment to us when they just want to defend their lead rather than try and finish us off."
Scott's men looked set to extend a miserable run in the north-west which had seen them lose on their five visits this season before Rhodes popped up with a last gasp strike.
He raced onto a delightful pass from John Halls deep into stoppage time and held off Stanley defender Keiron Charnock before lashing the ball home.