Paul Dickov told Rovers Player that although he was happy with the point against Huddersfield Town, he thought Rovers deserved all three.
“I would have liked all three,” he said.
“I think looking at our performance, first half especially, we deserved it.
“We knew it would be tough for us coming here because they have got a really good home record.
“In periods, especially in the second half, they put us under a bit of pressure because they are a good team but I thought we coped with it really well - the majority of our play today was probably the best this season.”
“The two saves he [Ross Turnbull] made possibly got us the point but going in 0-0 at half time we felt slightly aggrieved because of the chances we had – we probably could have been two or three up at that point.
“As a unit, from Ross all the way through, we were really disciplined without the ball and worked really hard.
“Apart from the two saves that Ross had made, I can’t remember them [Huddersfield] creating too much to cause us any problems.”
Paul also spoke about the decision not to award his side a penalty after a clear handball in the penalty area.
“We’ve seen it again and it’s handball!” he said.
“The most frustrating thing for us is that two minutes later he [referee] gave a foul against Paul Keegan for the exact same thing – handball in or out of the box should carry the same rule.”
The full interview with Paul is available to view on Rovers Player.
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