Burton Albion forward Lucas Akins reckons the Brewers should have come away with more after their 0-0 draw with QPR on Saturday afternoon.
Albion certainly had opportunities to snatch all three points, not least on-loan winger Sean Scannell striking the post after latching onto Kyle McFadzean's lofted pass.
On another day, that cannons back off QPR 'keeper Alex Smithies' back and into the net - but it wasn't to be for Burton on a day that both sides were low on quality.
It's a sign of how far Burton have come when they visit the grounds of former Premier League sides and rue their missed chances, but for Akins it's just a simple observation based on how they played throughout the match.
They certainly deserved more from their first-half exploits, when an end-to-end half should have seen Scannell put away that chance and they dominated possession with QPR unable to get out of their half at times.
But perhaps it's a little bit much to suggest they deserved all three points - especially when Akins himself was called upon to head away a powerful 63rd minute Alex Baptistie effort that looked goal-bound.
QPR tried to change their system at half-time, bringing on Matt Smith in a bid to be more direct and stifle any Brewers possession that was causing problems in the middle, leading to what began as a bright game petering out into a damp squib.
But that didn't stop Akins, or Nigel Clough, from holding the positive attitude that they deserved more from today's match.
"Obviously coming here, we knew it was going to be a very very tough game physically," Akins said post-match.
"We knew first and foremost we had to match them physically, and then when we got opportunities, to try and get the ball down and play as well.
"In there (the dressing room) it feels, I don't know, a little bit like a couple of points lost - in terms of our first-half performance when I thought we were on top of them and created some decent openings.
"The finishing touches, it's something that I felt that we lacked today.
"The boys are obviously all together and we obviously had a word in there where it's never a negative thing coming away from home and picking up a point, but it's definitely positive in terms of how we feel about where we've come now.
"In terms of that we want to come here and not just get a draw, to try and go for the win.
"In the circumstances, given that they changed the second-half and put us on the back foot I thought we defended magnificently to a man.
"At the end of the day, a point perhaps is a fair result on reflection."