But Hendon, whose side's home goal tally of 10 is the worst in League Two, is adamant performances are on the up at Underhill.
He said: "I'm not frustrated with the result because I was more concerned with how we kept the football. We're getting more solid with every game and we are working a lot better with the ball.
"We had chances and we were putting good crosses into the box. They had some chances themselves but I was more excited and more pleased with the way we were getting the ball into the box.
"We are three games unbeaten now and we are moving in the right direction and looking solid which I'm pleased with."