Nottingham Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll takes the positives from the 2-2 draw at Blackpool
Last Updated: October 24, 2012 7:15am
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Nottingham Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll vowed to take the positives after watching substitute Dexter Blackstock salvage his side a 2-2 draw in stoppage time at Blackpool.
Billy Sharp fired Forest ahead but goals from Elliot Grandin and Gary Taylor-Fletcher put Blackpool ahead with 15 minutes to go.
However Blackstock came off the bench to secure a point and O'Driscoll claimed it was the least his side deserved.
"I'm not disappointed with just a point, I think at some point you know Ian Holloway will throw caution to the wind and it's difficult to know what to do," he said.
"Do you keep what you've got or try and go at them with four forwards on the pitch? The game petered out; we looked fine and then lost two goals.
"They kept plugging away, to give them some credit. His subs changed things for Blackpool and our changes, with Dexter coming on, changed it for us.
"We could have won it with the chances we had and they will feel that they could have won it also. We turned the tables on them a bit, bringing on attacking players and they probably weren't expecting that.
"Overall we cannot complain, we've had a few too many draws and I don't want too many of those, we need a few more wins - but we've done well tonight.
"We've got three strikers who look like they might score goals in this division and at Championship level that can be massive. If you can score goals away from home then it gives you a great chance."