Brentford manager Uwe Rosler put a positive spin on his side's 1-0 defeat at local rivals Leyton Orient.
Jonathan Douglas had a powerful free-kick tipped over the crossbar by Ryan Allsop, who then turned a shot from Jake Bidwell past the post.
But Ryan Brunt's 75th-minute effort gave the O's their second win on the bounce and earned them local bragging rights.
"When you press so much and are so dominant like we were, we have to take our chances," Rosler stated. "With the players we have, we should score more goals given the amount of chances we created.
"I think the whole team did extremely well throughout, they did well both individually and collectively and in terms of attitude and I think our supporters can be very proud.
"I was very proud of not only the guys who started but also the guys that came off the bench. Unfortunately although our performance was top-drawer, we didn't get the result.
"Football is about match-winners, you need them in both boxes and that's something we have to work on. We have just started progress on getting more and more control against teams like Leyton Orient and the next thing is to get more clinical."