Brentford defender John Egan has called on his side to replicate the attitude they showed in their 4-1 demolition job of QPR when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
The Bees sit bottom of the Championship after four games, despite having taken the most shots and faced the second fewest.
However, that didn't stop them from beating west London rivals QPR in comprehensive fashion at Loftus Road.
The Bees, who had made five changes for the tie, claimed victory thanks to an Ariel Borysiuk own goal with Egan, Neal Maupay and Josh Clarke grabbing the other three goals. Darnell Furlong scored for QPR, with Ian Holloway making 10 changes.
However, the Brentford skipper believes a result like that has been coming and the Bees need to maintain that performance level to bring about results.
He told GetWestLondon: “A result like that has been coming since the start of the season. We've played well in patches but I don't think we've deserved what we've got.
“We can't keep saying that. We went out at QPR and got the job done.
“If we turn up in the league and play with that attitude and things will turn for us. We've got some very good players here and we can get points on the board soon.”
Wolves have spent over £20million this summer and are expected to be challenging for promotion this season.
And Egan knows that Nuno Santo's side will provide a stern test for the Bees.
He added: “Every game in this league is tough, no matter who you're playing. We'll have to come in, work hard in training and come up with a plan to get the three points. “