Newport assistant manager Jimmy Dack says everyone with the club is very disappointed by their 1-0 home defeat to Cheltenham.
The Exiles welcomed the Robins having stunned Oxford on Tuesday night in the first of five successive games at Rodney Parade but they could not repeat that memorable 3-2 win as Ashley Vincent's first-half goal earned the Robins the points.
"We are very disappointed, we were really below par," he admitted. "We thought we had an opportunity to kick on in the league but we haven't taken it.
"The players and manager are very disappointed and I know the supporters will be as well.
"What went wrong? We were trying, I can't fault the boys for that but it just didn't happen. Conceding poor goals doesn't help your cause.
"We were knocking on the door but we just couldn't open it up. We know with our pitch that it can be hard to move the ball quickly and open up the defence.
"In the second half playing on the better side of the pitch we thought we would improve. But our ball from back to front was not good enough.
"We played into their hands, they stuck everyone behind the ball and we could not find a way to get past that.
"Everyone was desperate for the three points but it has passed us by."