Nico Yennaris believes Brentford will eventually click and give a team a heavy beating.
The Bees have not won in the league this season and last picked up three points when they thrashed Ian Holloway's QPR side in April.
Although they've had chances to win most games so far this year, they have missed them and defensive errors have cost them in games.
Despite the poor start to the season, Yennaris still has faith that the west Londoners will come good.
“Eventually it'll come off. We have to keep doing what we're doing and it'll pay off eventually. We have to keep believing in what we're doing,” he said.
“I wouldn't be surprised if someone took a four, five nil defeat as some of the chances we've been creating is unbelievable.
“We'll go again. We'll learn from (Sheffield Wednesday) and it's on to the next one (Reading).”
On Tuesday, Brentford had chances to be three or even 4-0 up before half time but failed to take them and we punished before the break as Gary Hooper cancelled out Yennaris' opener and, in the second half, Ross Wallace's header gave the Owls the win.
“We've made basic errors. One set piece has changed the game. We should have come in at half-time three, four nil up but we've lost the game from a set piece,” Yennaris added.
“It's frustrating and it's the fine details of putting the ball in the back of the net or defending a set piece properly.
“You can't fault the performances but we need to be ruthless in front of goal. We had them all over the place at certain times in this game.”