Tranmere Rovers boss Ronnie Moore blamed poor finishing for Wednesday's FA Cup third round replay defeat at the hands of Hereford United.
Rovers hit the woodwork twice in the 1-0 defeat at Edgar Street and afterwards Moore was unhappy with the finishing of his players - and especially that of striker Calvin Zola.
"We lost the game because we couldn't score," he told the club's official website.
"How many chances did we have? We pulverised them. We had all the chances, hit the bar twice and had two gilt-edged chances.
"If we score one we score three. I can't moan about how we played, because we bossed them.
"Calvin led the line well but he's got to finish. He headed one over when it was easier to score, he was on the floor and put one wide and he came inside and hit a beauty against the bar.
"I'm frustrated because it's another defeat and you don't want defeats as a manager."