Carl Fletcher has expressed his frustration after his Plymouth Argyle side failed to bag any points in a 1-0 defeat to Port Vale.
The Pilgrims lost thanks to Vale substitute Tom Pope's late strike, which arrived four minutes from time at Vale Park on Saturday.
And Fletcher, whose side slipped back into the League Two relegation places following the defeat, said he would have been pleased with a draw.
"It was disappointing to lose a goal towards the end," he said. "We didn't play that great, but the players worked hard and we were looking fairly comfortable.
"It looked like petering out for a 0-0 draw and that would have been a good point because this is a difficult place to come.
"But Vale kept putting balls into the box and the lad [Pope] has come up with a bit of quality to win it for them."