UWE Rosler believes his side have sent a message to the rest of League One after their sensational second-half comeback against MK Dons.
The Bees boss was delighted after a brace from Gary Alexander and a last-minute Leon Legge goal rescued a point for his side at Griffin Park.
And Rosler, whose side currently sit just outside the play-off places, reckons the division’s other promotion hopefuls will sit up and take notice of the result.
He said: “It’s fantastic to come back against a team like MK Dons. I think that sends a signal out – not many other teams will be able to do that.
“Coming into the dressing room at half-time I didn’t look back and only concentrated on what we could do. “I am amazed by the effort of my players mentally to cope with being 3-0 down, not losing their confidence and really having a go at them.
“Giving the crowd such a game will make people hopeful and curious for the second half of the season.”