Oxford boss Chris Wilder admitted his side were lucky not to concede a penalty in Saturday's goalless draw at Bristol Rovers in League Two.
Referee Phil Gibbs only gave a corner when Danny Woodards was sent flying by Oxford goalkeeper Ryan Clarke after a mazy run.
The officials clearly felt Clarke got a touch on the ball and Woodards was heading away from goal but Wilder said: "I didn't think much of it at the time but Ryan Clarke admits he clipped the lad so we got away with one.
"We could easily have had a spot-kick ourselves for handball in the second half so it probably evened out.
"I felt we shaded the game so I'm a bit disappointed. But both sides showed a will to win playing in the proper manner so perhaps a draw was fair.
"We made positive substitutions and went for all three points from start to finish, which is how we play away from home. I'm happy with the performance."