Oxford boss Chris Wilder bemoaned his side's profligacy after they were held to a goalless draw by Wycombe.
Chairboys goalkeeper Nikki Bull made three outstanding second-half saves to frustrate James Constable twice and Matt Green as the Us - who hit the woodwork twice - were left cursing their luck.
The result left Oxford still looking for their first win back in the Football League and Wilder believes they deserved more from their performance.
"I don't know for the life of me how we're not the leading goalscorers in this league, with the amount of chances we created and the way we played," said Wilder.
"We've had three tough games but possibly our points tally hasn't matched our performances. We had to play well against a team I think will definitely be in the three at the top come the end of the season.
"We stayed in the game in the first half and then we needed to up our standards in the second half - and I think we did that. We're happy with a point here because they are good side but I think we've shown that we're not bad ourselves."