Stevenage boss Graham Westley expressed his disappointment after the draw at Aldershot.
Damian Spencer`s leveller for the Shots left Westley down at not managing to win enough games so far this season, although he did declare himself happy with the team's performances in not getting beat frequently and holding their own in their first spell in the Football League.
He said: "I'd like to have more points on the board, obviously, and I'd like to have won more games than we have.
"We are learning game in game out at the moment and if you're not quite up to winning games, which our results are suggesting we're not, you've got to do more.
"We're certainly not getting mugged off and we're holding our own, but we will knuckle down and keep on improving. You have to learn your lessons, we've had few difficult trips and home games, but we are growing game by game.
"We are not quite at a consistent winning level yet, but we're not getting beat which is a big positive. I think there is plenty of good coming out the side at the moment."