Midfield man Conor Thomas was left a frustrated figure after Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Carlisle United.
Goalless at the break against the most in form side in League Two, the former Coventry City man believed the Robins were in a great position at half time.
Two goals early in the second half gave Carlisle the momentum though to go on and win the game
"It's very frustrating," Thomas said post-match. "It's a long way to come and not get anything from the game.
"When we did go 2-0 down they banked in and we had a lot of the ball but struggled to break them down and didn't really have that final product today.
"We were on a good run and when things are going well for you it's easy to come in bubbly every day and do the right things, but you find out about yourself and the team, so it'll be a test for us now but we've got a good group of lads - good characters, good players and a good manager as well - so we'll be confident we can turn it around."
Watch the full interview with Thomas above on iFollow.
Next up on Saturday 26 January it's a home encounter with Macclesfield Town at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium. Kick-off against the Silkmen is at 3pm and tickets are available to buy in advance online here.