Striker Gary Alexander has praised his side's form while accusing sides who visit Brentford of lacking attacking intent.
The Bees have struggled to score in front of their own fans, netting just 13 times in 11 League One games at home, with seven of those coming in the first two games of the season.
Alexander believes teams come to Griffin Park with the intention of being defensive, but says his team-mates will not be deterred.
He told London24: "There are some big games coming up. We're sitting nicely but we want to put in some more good performances.
"Teams are coming here and sitting back at Griffin Park.
"We managed to break Hartlepool down and it's shown the spirit of the team."