Defender Charlie Raglan felt there were positives to take from Saturday's loss at Mansfield, though admitted the players were disappointed with how events ended up against the Stags.
The on-loan Oxford United defender scored Michael Duff's sides second goal to level the score line in the second half at the One Call Stadium.
However Mansfield hauled themselves back in front and secured all three points with a 4-2 win to frustrate the Robins on the road once again.
"We did really well for 40 minutes and then conceded two soft goals, similar goals as well, just before half time," Raglan said.
"That put us on the back foot and took the wind out of us a little bit. We regrouped at half time and came out and really had a good go. It is doubly disappointing to work so hard to get back into the game and concede from a set piece, and me personally was at fault for the last goal in the 93rd minute.
"We're disappointed but there are positives in there as well."
See Raglan's full post-match interview by watching above on iFollow.
The Robins return to action on Tuesday evening at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium when Bury are the visitors. Kick-off against the Shakers is at 7.45pm.
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