Ryan admits the dressing-room is a little flat after late Brentford fight back but has urged Town to stay positive
- Town held at Griffin Park
- Two late goals see Brentford claim a point
- Bru and Fraser on target for Town
Ryan Fraser has said Town must view today’s point at Brentford as a ‘learning curve’ and come back stronger.
The Blues were leading 2-0 at Griffin Park heading into injury time, but two late goals from Andre Gray and James Tarkowski saw the points shared.
Town had earlier gone in front thanks to a goal either side of half-time from Kevin Bru and Bournemouth loanee Fraser.
“The dressing-room is a little low right now as you can imagine and all the lads are disappointed not to have won the game,” Ryan told the official Club website.
“We played really well for 92 minutes and could have even scored more, but in the end we’ve let the lead slip with a couple of soft goals at the end which is frustrating.
“But we can’t get too down about it. We have to look at the positives and just view this as a learning curve.
“We’ve got a game on Tuesday in the Cup and then another on Saturday in the League, so we’ve got a good chance to get back to winning ways.
“It’s disappointing to not start the season with a win but if we play like that over the next 45 games, I’m sure we will be right up there.”