Brentford boss Uwe Rosler insists his side will learn from their 2-0 defeat at Yeovil after dominating the game on Saturday.
The Bees dominated the first half and deserved the 24th-minute Sam Saunders goal that gave them a half-time lead. However, two second-half goals from Andy Williams, the second coming three minutes from the end, completed the turnaround.
Following the 2-1 loss Rosler said: "I was very pleased because we were clearly the better team in the first half and also for part of the second.
"We created opportunities but the final cross and final ball could have been much better.
"It was a big blow after the way we started. We have to learn the lessons and we have to go through pain.
"Their second goal was out of nothing and we have to learn to defend by doing the right things."