Brentford head coach Dean Smith will make saure there is plenty of ball work on the training ground over the international break.
The Bees, reduced to 10 men after goalscorer Lasse Vibe's dismissal for a second yellow card, conceded late to draw 1-1 with Sheffield Wednesday at Griffin Park.
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Smith was disappointed with the lack of quality in possession displayed by his team at the weekend, having played well in defeat at Rotherham United seven days earlier.
And the Griffin Park chief, who has organised a friendly on Friday for squad players lacking game time in their legs, will address the issue ovber the next 10 days.
"Our use of the ball has to be better," he said.
"I cannot question the squad's spirit, their fight or their endeavour, but we have to play smarter.
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"It is something they do every week in training. We were good on the ball at Rotherham, but we were not against Sheffield."
Brentford head to Brighton & Hove Albion on September 10.