Speaking to whufc.com after the game the boss said, “I think anybody who watched our performance would say we deserved something out of the game. The sad thing is that after dominating the match for so long in the second half, we paid a heavy price for not converting our chances into goals.
“If you look at the goal we did score it’s only a half chance at best and it’s deflected into the net. And when we did hit the target, the goalkeeper has pulled off some unbelievable saves, and then even when we’ve beaten the goalkeeper it’s been stopped by someone on the line.
“We can only hope that the bit of influence you can’t control turns our way. Whether it’s the bounce of the ball or whatever turns in our favour; if you carry on playing like we did then we’ll start scoring goals and we’ll start winning a football match away from home, which we’re so desperate to do for everybody.”