The Bees were again without three first-team regulars, but rarely looked troubled by the Sky Bet League One strugglers as they made it 10 homes wins on the trot, their best sequence since 1936.
Promotion rivals Orient and Wolves also won, but Warburton said: "I'm not being disrespectful to them, but we're not really bothered about what they do. Our focus is always on the next game.
"We have players who have slotted in and done really well and as I've said it's a squad game.
Warburton added: "The energy levels were good in difficult conditions and I was pleased with the way we managed the game after the break when Bristol went long."
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