Brentford midfielder Romaine Sawyers believes that the Bees are a side to be worried about because they have goals in a variety of positions.
After Ryan Woods' goal against Leeds, every outfielder that started the game had found the net on at least one occasion this season.
"I think we are that kind of team," he told the club's official website. "We have goals in us from loads of different areas. Neal (Maupay) keeps coming off the bench, Florian (Jozefzoon) had a few, Ollie (Watkins) is obviously flying. I think the foundations are at the back and, going forward, that has made it a lot easier for us further up the pitch.
"Clarkey (Josh Clarke)playing left-back, he's out of position but him and the rest of the back four are doing well. That's just making life easier for us."
Clarke, in particular, has impressed Sawyers with the way he has adapted to the left back role and his transformation has given the squad confidence.
He added: “The way you see Josh Clarke playing at left-back particularly, he's got a little boost even though it's not his natural position.
“People like that have spurred others on to be confident in themselves and I think that is showing throughout the whole team.”