Brentford sit proudly on top of League Two this morning thanks to a Jordan Rhodes goal in injury time which salvaged a well deserved point at Accrington Stanley last night.
The Bees appeared to have again come unstuck in the north west - where they have lost four times this season - when second half dominance failed to translate into goals.
The home side took a 48th minute lead through Jimmy Ryan and the Bees responded well, but it needed Rhodes' fifth goal in as many games to rescue the evening.
It was enough to take Brentford above Wycombe on goal difference, although the Chairboys have two games in hand.
"That's the fifth or sixth game [where] we have scored in injury time and I don't think it was undeserved," said boss Andy Scott, who hailed his team's refusal to throw in the towel.
"There is a different type of mentality in this team than you get in a lot of teams. They go right to the end and they know they are capable of scoring at any time. Good teams have got a never-say-die attitude."