"We're disappointed that we didn't win but, on the positive, we've not been beaten, kept a clean sheet and earned a point."Harriers have now dropped to 10th, seven points adrift of the play-off spots - and Yates says he is looking for more from his strikers when they take on sixth-placed Crawley at Aggborough on Tuesday night."We are creating chances," he added. "But we're lacking that killer touch in front of goal and it costs us."At Salisbury, when we got into their half have we had some decent chances and their keeper made some good saves."Ultimately, Salisbury missed the best chance of the game with the penalty."Harriers' home game with Crawley on Tuesday night (10 March, 1945 GMT) will be featured in a Sports Special on BBC Hereford and Worcester, on air and on line.