Goal drought continues for Reid

01 January 2011 06:00
Hamilton manager Billy Reid offered no complaints about his side's 0-0 draw with Motherwell but was once again frustrated with a lack of goals."Over the 90 minutes, I can't argue with a draw," Reid told BBC Scotland. [LNB]"If anyone was going to win it, it was going to be Hamilton. We had more shots on goal, more chances. We more than matched Motherwell all over the park. [LNB]"At the moment, we're unfortunate to not score a goal. The ball doesn't seem to be going in the net at the moment." [LNB]Accies have not scored in their last four matches and have not won since October. [LNB]"We had plenty of chances, the ball was dropping and still not going in," added Reid. [LNB]"Dougie Imrie's had a chance one-on-one at the end, he's hit it just by the post, it's the way it's gone for us. [LNB]"There were plenty of positives for me. Defensively, we're now shutting up shop, we're looking a lot more solid. [LNB]"There's nothing in the games, if we can just turn them into victories then things will turn."

Source: BBC_Sport