Harry Forrester said the Brentford squad were “extremely disappointed” to have only picked up a point against Scunthorpe United.
Harry gave The Bees the lead with a first half goal and Brentford dominated most of the game.
But Leon Clarke equalised for the home side with 13 minutes remaining to give them a share of the spoils.
Harry said Brentford deserved to win the game but were made to pay for not finishing Scunthorpe off.
“The lads are extremely disappointed,” said Harry, speaking to Bees Player after the final whistle.
“We scored a goal late on in the first half and we were expecting to take that across the line and get three points.
“We are gutted and we feel that, given how we played, we deserved three points.
“We came here and dominated the play.
“We wanted to do that and felt we could and we did.
“We were happy from that aspect but we did not see the game out and get three points.
“The lads can be happy with how they played, in the first half especially.
“We kept the ball well and took the game to them.
“Maybe we did not finish off as well as we should have.
“You pay the price for that sometimes.”
Harry said the players were aware actions at both ends of the pitch prevented them winning the match.
“In the dressing room we said we need to finish off teams at the attacking end,” said the midfield man.
“But, if we don’t do that, we need to make sure we are solid at the back and make sure we do not concede.
“We are disappointed not to take three points.
“We have another on the board and can take that back with us.”
Harry’s goal came when he picked up a lay-off from Clayton Donaldson, darted past two players and beat another before slotting home.
He said he would rather have won the game than scored a goal but said he was starting to get his “instinct” after playing a run of games.
“It was nice to score a goal but I wish it was three points rather than a goal,” said Harry.
“It opened up nice for me.
“I was going to try and aim for the far corner but the defender shut that off.
“I had to try and do something else, luckily I scored.
“I am playing with confidence now.
“I feel I have the backing from the staff and they believe in me.
“I feel stronger and fitter and that I’m getting the instinct that footballers get.
“We are starting to flourish as a team.
“We are starting to find the form we know we can.
“We showed that today without getting the three points.
“We took the game to the, had numerous chances and should have come away with three points.”
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