Aldershot manager Kevin Dillon was delighted with Wade Small's performance in the 2-2 draw at Hereford, but felt his side deserved all three points.
Small fired an 87th-minute equaliser for the Shots after goals from Hereford pair Richard Rose and Joe Colbeck had cancelled out Jermaine McGlashan's opener for the visitors.
Dillon said: "Wade lifted us in the end and produced a great finish, which was a typical goalscorer's goal. I love to see strikers score goals like that, so it was a great result as far as getting the point, but we are obviously disappointed we didn't get the three.
"Having said that Jamie Pitman has done a great job for Hereford. They have given him the job until the end of the year which I find strange.
"He is now sitting, waiting for Hereford to make a decision and there will be a lot of vultures around here and I'm sure there will be.
"He's proved himself in five games and they are unbeaten. Their four goals against Northampton were terrific and then they scored another five goals against Stockport, so I think he deserves a chance to do the job because he's a good kid."