Scott: New Bees will take time to gel
Steve Jones snatched a point for the Saddlers after Brentford failed to make their dominance, given to them by Ben Strevens' early strike, count. With a new midfielder, new on-loan Arsenal keeper and Ipswich loan defender Pim Balkestein in his side, Scott believes it will take time for his side to find their best form. He said: "Some of them didn't even know the other player's names so it will take time for them to get to know each other but there was some very good signs and this was a good performance, which means we haven't lost in four games. "We dominated the first half but after the break we dropped a bit too deep and let them back into things which was disappointing, but you have to bear in mind that they are a good side who are looking to get in the play-offs. "We lost Myles Weston with a hamstring pull midway through the second half and that undoubtedly affected us, but we are improving game by game and with a bit more ruthlessness and cutting out mistakes we will start to catch sides like Walsall up."
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