Nico Yennaris has turned his attention onto Birmingham City after Brentford were beaten 3-2 at Blackburn Rovers last Saturday.
The Bees have now lost four of their last six and have slipped from the edge of the play offs into the bottom half of the table.
Results need to pick up quickly if they aren't to lose touch with the top six and have a season where a mid table finish is the best that can be hoped for.
“After every game, win lose or draw, we learn from it and focus on the next one,” Yennaris said.
“We made a great start then we were sloppy to concede straight away and then there was the penalty and then unfortunate with the own goal.
“There were plenty of chances for us to win the game. Daniel Bentley has made some great saves for us but there were enough chances for us to win it.
“Towards the end, there may have been a shout for handball. Scotty got clipped on the heels for a penalty. It's just unfortunate in the end. We've got to put it behind us.”
The conditions were treacherous for both sides as sleet, snow and rain made things difficult for both sides and it may have had a hand in Blackburn's winner.
Yennaris added: “It was horrible to play in. Your feet were freezing and at times the ball held up because of the ice and snow.
“For the own goal, Eags plays it to Andreas and the ball holds up but on a normal pitch on a different day, that's a simple pass. It was hard to play in but the same for both teams.”
Brentford did not have the rub of the green at Ewood Park with Craig Conway counting himself extremely fortunate not to receive a second yellow card for blocking a Bees break.
But Yennaris is purely focusing on the basics in order to bounce back at Griffin Park on Saturday.
He explained: “You don't look too deep into it. We've come through harder times and finish strong.
“There's nothing to over analysise – it's just getting the basics right and cutting out the errors. We played them off the park at times. We have to get the basics right and work from there.”