Barnet boss Mark Stimson felt Chris Whelpdale and Charlie Lee were the difference between the sides after the Bees lost at home to his old club Gillingham.
The two Peterborough loanees scored to overturn Kevin Gallen`s opener, but Stimson also thought his team did not do enough to win the game.
"They are Championship lads at the end of the day and at this level they've been there done it seen it, and they'll keep doing it," said Stimson. "Fair play to Gillingham to be able to sign players like that and they'll continue to benefit from them.
"Goals change games but the result wasn't harsh, we didn't pass the ball and that was enough, we couldn't get the ball down and keep it moving.
"Gillingham won't be at the bottom end of the table come the end of the season though, once they get some players back they'll be firing on all cylinders."