Brentford boss Uwe Rosler was left lamenting his side's weak defence and failure to score after their last-gasp 2-2 draw at Walsall.
Rosler was disappointed to be leaving the midlands with only a point after the hosts had looked safe with their lead only four minutes left.
However, the Bees stung them with late goals from Jonathan Douglas and the dangerous Clayton Donaldson.
But Rosler was not entirely happy, and said: "I'm concerned about the goals we gave away to make life difficult and I think we need to markedly improve on that.
"We showed character and never gave up, but overall I'm not happy with a point. Even if we had lost the game I would have been satisfied with the way we fought back, and there was an element of luck because we were running out of time.
"We had chances to score before we did, and we could have been more clinical.
"Walsall play attractive football, but they had injuries and a lot of young kids out there, which is why I'm unhappy with a point."