Sheffield United striker Darius Henderson says he would have swapped his two goals in the defeat to Cardiff on Saturday for a much-needed win.
Kevin Blackwell's injury-hit side lost 4-3 to the Bluebirds to slump to a third successive Championship defeat.
The Blades now sit in 13th in the table - with just two points from their last six games - and Henderson would have swapped his goals for a much-needed win.
He said: "Scoring goals is something a striker loves to do every game but the results are really what matters, especially at the moment when things aren't quite going for us.
"It's a very small consolation and although for me personally the two goals were nice, I'd have taken not scoring on Saturday if it had meant we had claimed all three points."
Henderson was pleased with the performance against Cardiff, just not the result.
He said: "In terms of getting on the ball and playing some good passing football I thought it was our best performance of the season but we didn't get the right result which makes things frustrating and disappointing."
Meanwhile, United midfielder Nick Montgomery has targeted next month's home clash with Peterborough for his first-team comeback.
Montgomery, 28 this week, suffered a grade two tear to his medial knee ligament during the first half of the 1-1 home draw with Doncaster at the beginning of the month.
He had been an ever-present in Blackwell's starting line-up this season prior to the injury setback.