Jack Colback: “At the start of the game (v Fulham), you’d say it was two points dropped, but in the circumstances after going two down in the opening half-hour, you’d take a point certainly.
“You want to stop a run of three defeats as quickly as possible. We were hoping for the win, but as it turns out, we’ll take the point.
“Obviously, we’ll be looking to go to QPR and win, and if we do that, and beat Norwich, then it looks like a good point against Fulham.
“That’s all we can do.
“We’re disappointed that we didn’t win on Saturday – we were expecting to.
“But we can take some confidence into QPR, and hopefully win there.
“The first one looked a strange penalty decision.
“It looked as if he wasn’t going to give it and book the lad for diving, but then he gave the pen which was strange.
“Then he gave us a pen and missed another one for us, which I think was even clearer.
“We’ve had a good look back at the handball and it looks a stonewaller, but I suppose you’ll be lucky to get two penalties in one game.
“When we got back to 2-2, the confidence grew in the side and we looked the team that were going to win it.
“Unfortunately it didn’t happen.
“We couldn’t quite get the clear-cut chance like we got here against Arsenal, which was disappointing.
“But after going two-down, we’d have taken a point.”