Cheltenham manager Mark Yates admits his side put in a good performance despite only drawing 0-0 against Hereford.
The Robins created without finding the net at Whaddon Road, and Yates was happy to take positives from the stalemate.
Reflecting on his side's efforts, he said: "Although the scoreline was frustrating, the performance was excellent, we just didn't take the chances that came along.
"I have been told we had 24 goal opportunities, and we didn't make their keeper work enough. But I can't criticise the lads today - sometimes it just doesn't go for you.
"We had a couple kicked off the line, made a few bad decisions when we should have been in good positions, and Josh Low has missed a chance which I have never seen him miss in my life.
"But the clean sheet was a positive, we never looked like conceding a goal, and some of our play was decent. It is always frustrating not to win any home game, but anyone who thought it was going to be a four or five-nil walkover was in cloud-cuckoo land."