Dan Bentley is proud of the passion shown by Brentford in their 0-0 draw with Wolves and is hoping the clean sheet is something the side can build on.
That was the first time the Bees had stopped their opponents from scoring this campaign, although at times it seemed as if the world was against the side as teams managed to score all manner of goals against Bentley - something the stopper hopes will mean that it will be good luck from here on in.
A clean sheet is something Brentford had been working on all season, and despite missing out of three points against Wolves, Bentley believes that he and his team mates can build on after the international break and haul themselves up the table.
He said: "The clean sheet is something we can build on and something that we've been aiming to achieve.
"The icing on the cake would have been the three points and the win but I thought the performance was very good - obviously there's always things we can work on and things we can tidy up but I thought all in all it was a good performance and the clean sheet is something I'm delighted with.
"However, it's not the result we wanted but it's something to build on.
"We haven't had the rub of the green at all - we've had worldies scored against and deflections, stuff has come off the post and they've been in the right position and I think we've had every bit of bad luck we possibly could have done, so hopefully we'll have some good luck for a while and had most of the bad out of the way early.
"In terms of going forward, we tidied it up today defensively and there were bodies on the line and a real passion from everybody and that's something we need every week to get clean sheets."