"Just like Saturday, I don’t think we deserved to win the game but I don't think we deserved to lose it either.
"I still think we were the better team for large parts of the game, but neither team created any clear-cut chances and both goalkeepers had very little to do.
"We gave away three needless set plays in the last five minutes and the laws of average means that you are really taking a risk. And that ended up being our downfall.
"All three of the fouls we committed were needless and it cost us a point. Going into the game, I would have been disappointed with only one point, but I would have been happy with that as the game went on, so I am gutted that we got none.
"There has been a big, big shift put in by the boys and I think the last two performances have been a bit jaded. It's not just tired bodies, but tired minds, too, and some of the decision-making rather showed that."