Blackpool defender Ian Evatt was disappointed the team's superb display at West Ham at the weekend failed to secure the three points.
Despite being an end-to-end contest filled with chances the Upton Park contest surprisingly finished goalless.
Although Evatt considers draws away from home as one point gained, he felt they should have beaten the struggling Hammers.
While Evatt's primary job is keeping out the opposition he was thrilled with the number of chances his team-mates created.
"When you go away, especially in the Premier League, it is probably one point gained, not two lost," he told the Blackpool Gazette.
"Some of our football was fantastic and the big positive is that we are creating so many chances.
"We will always score goals and it was just bad luck that we didn't on Saturday. We had three or four great opportunities and 99 times out of 100 we would have taken the points.
"We create so many openings that sooner or later they are going to go in."