It was a match that United really should have won having dominated the majority of the game, but Wilson's troops could only find the net on one occasion which meant United had to be contempt with a draw.John Cofie opened the scoring with a spectacular effort on 17 minutes, but former Owl Clinton Morrison denied United maximum goals with a scrappy goal in the 72nd minute.A hatful of chances landed at United's doorstep but they just couldn't make the U's pay for their superior amount of chances.Wilson is seething after effectively, for two games in a row, picking up just a single point in at Coventry and Colchester, when maybe they deserved more.He said: "We let Colchester stay in the game when we should have put them out of sight. We had so much of the game but took our foot off the gas."The lack of concentration is frustrating, it was a soft goal to concede."We created chances at will, but we now need to turn the good play we've had in recent games into results."The pleasing aspect of it all is that we're dominating games and getting on top of teams but getting three points at the final whistle is the be all and end all."Whether we win 1:0, or five, six, seven, or eight is not important, but getting three points is the aim."Commenting on John Cofie's wonder strike in the first period, Wilson finished: "It was a terrific goal from John and we know he has that in his locker. He still has a lot to learn, that is one of the reasons he is with us, but hopefully he can keep getting better."