Brentford boss Uwe Rosler insisted his side's win over Carlisle was a team effort despite striker Saido Berahino's heroics.
The West Brom marksman tore the Cumbrians apart with a brace on his Bees debut as they cruised to a comfortable win over their play off rivals.
Berahino came off the bench to hit two quality goals in a one-sided affair. Harlee Dean and Sam Saunders added to the Blues' misery with first half strikes that sent the Londoners in 3-0 up at the break.
But Rosler insisted the 18-year-old could not have bagged his brace without the hard work of his team-mates.
"I know what Saido is capable of because he does it in training. It's different in a game, but he couldn't have done it without the rest of the lads," he said.
"They were brilliant finishes. He uses his body well and his movement is excellent. He will only get better with us as the rest of the boys get to know how he likes to play."