Experienced defender Nathaniel Knight-Percival offered an honest assessment on Saturday's encounter with Bristol Rovers in his post-match interview with local press.
The 34-year-old branded the goals that Rovers conceded as poor and believes that the team will be disappointed when they look back at the goals, he would also praise Callum Macdonald, who put in a fine display.
"Obviously we'll look back at the goals, but at the time they were poor goals to concede, especially from a defensive point of view. I think we'll all be disappointed looking back at the goals.
"All you can do is really just turn around and kick on and concentrate on your own game, the goal after that, Callum's goal, was a great goal. I thought he played really well today as well, he was fantastic up and down for us today, that goal sparked a bit of life back into us.
"I thought all-in-all we deserved at least a point from that game.
"We're disappointed, as centre-halfs we take pride in defending our box and that's one for us to look at definitely.
After Rovers levelled the game, the closing moments of the clash were very much fast-paced, end-to-end action, Knight-Percival emphasised the importance of the defenders keeping their concentration at the end.
"It was very end-to-end and it was just a case of keeping concentration for us as defenders really and we were trying to push for a goal that didn't come."
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