Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill had no complaints with his side's performance after they suffered a late defeat to Arsenal.
Thierry Henry came off the bench to grab the winner for the Gunners in stoppage time after Aaron Ramsey had cancelled out James McClean's opener for the Black Cats.
O'Neill was happy with his side's performance despite suffering his first defeat at the Stadium of Light since taking charge in December.
"It was obviously disappointing to lose the goal, but I have no complaints about the team whatsoever," O'Neill told Sky Sports.
Heart and soul
"The last couple of months, their heart and soul has gone into the game.
"We are just obviously disappointed to lose from a winning position."
O'Neill was unhappy with the fact that Henry was allowed to score the winner from close range, but saluted the striker's enduring potency.
"He's been a terrific player in his time here - and he hasn't done too badly second time around as well," added O'Neill.
"But he shouldn't really be able to score from a couple of yards out when it is kind of lobbed into our penalty area."