Terry Brown insists AFC Wimbledon are still lacking a killer touch despite Rashid Yussuff grabbing a 1-1 draw against Morecambe.
After back-to-back defeats to Aldershot and bottom side Northampton, the Dons looked on course for more of the same in League Two when Gary McDonald headed the Shrimps ahead after 52 minutes at Kingsmeadow on Saturday.
But Yussuff's 75th-minute equaliser at least grabbed a share of the spoils for Dons, who failed to find a winner.
"We didn't really finish off any of the moves, didn't really have a cutting edge and that's becoming a recurring theme I have to address," Brown said.
"I would have loved to have put another forward on and some fresh legs up there. We played really well for 60 minutes out there, I loved the football we played.
"Overall it was a really good performance, except when I made my substitutions when we looked all over the shop, so that's down to me because I made those substitutions.
"You logically think bringing Billy Knott on and Christian Jolley that it would make us stronger but it didn't. We looked wide open after that. I felt we played a very good side with loads of experience and loads of class up front."