Individual moments of quality cost Cheltenham Town an opportunity to take something from their first home game of the season in the eyes of boss Michael Duff.
Oliver Pendlebury's two second half strikes were enough to help Wycombe Wanderers seal a 3-1 win in Gloucestershire in the first home match in League One at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium since 2009.
Cheltenham had chances against a team who were playing Championship football last term, but it was ultimately the visitors who took theirs and headed back to Buckinghamshire with a maximum points haul.
"I'm frustrated more than disappointed," he said.
"I thought we were well within the game, it was just moments of quality that Wycombe have obviously got in their squad has undone this.
"But we're more than competitive, I think we've seen that in the last two games.
"We are not going to get blown away by teams every week. We can compete, we can hold our own, but ultimately those real fine margins in the two boxes was the difference."
Watch the full interview with Duff above on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app.
Next up for his side is a home game against Ipswich Town on Tuesday evening. Buy tickets for the game online.