Yeovil boss Gary Johnson was disappointed with his team's performance for 80 minutes in the 2-2 draw at Walsall.
The Saddlers were two goals to the good thanks to Jamie Paterson and Will Grigg and appeared set to end a 15-match run without a win in all competitions.
But substitute Reuben Reid reduced the arrears before Sam Foley snatched a point for the Glovers in the final minute.
"The lads gave it a go towards the end but we had to make a few substitutions to get us going," said Johnson. "We needed some mental toughness in the game, and we were playing poor, as well.
"With all due respect to Walsall we came here to win the game and they had gone a long time without winning, so we have lost a couple of points."
Johnson was annoyed with two decisions by referee Tony Bates - disallowing a Yeovil goal in the first half and blowing the final whistle just when the ball was played into the Walsall box in stoppage time and the Glovers were looking for a winner.
James McAllister's 21st minute free-kick sailed into the net but the referee ruled Walsall keeper Aaron McCarey had been fouled by Don Burn.
"I didn't think it was a foul," said Johnson. "Then how does anyone know to the second when a game finishes? The ball goes into their penalty box and he blows for full time."
Johnson also revealed he hopes to extend the loan spell of Norwich midfielder Korey Smith who was making his final appearance of his current spell.