Brentford manager Andy Scott reckons his side can continue making progress after they came from behind to beat Peterborough 2-1.
Posh led with a hotly-disputed, twice-taken penalty from Grant McCann but Brentford drew level on 39 minutes when Craig Woodman rifled in a free-kick.
And Gary Alexander's diving header sealed victory for the Bees shortly before the hour mark.
Scott said: "People have been asking questions of the players after a disappointing start we have responded really well to win three of the last four.
"We went behind but the way we responded and dominated the second half was fantastic.
"They have come in for some criticism but we have a squad that is capable of far more and now after a decent run we are five points from the play-offs."