Off the mark for the season, but Andy Williams was left to ponder after Saturday's League One opener at Crewe Alexandra if Cheltenham Town had made more of their chances if they would have also finished the game with three points.
The experienced forward was on hand to score a first half equaliser against Crewe shortly before half time to earn the Robins a point.
He admitted that the hosts had a lot of the ball but believed the better opportunities in front of goal fell the way of him and his colleagues during the afternoon.
"We had probably the better chances throughout the game," he said.
"They had obviously the large part of possession but both first half and second half the best clear-cut chances fell to us.
"We gave them a goal and they gave us one. If you look at the other chances I don't think Owen (Evans) has had a save to make and their 'keeper's made a couple of good saves - so overall we are quite pleased and if anything a little bit disappointed not to take all three points."
Watch the full interview with Williams above on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app.
Next for Cheltenham is a visit to one of Williams' former clubs in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday with a round one away fixture at Bristol Rovers.
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