Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez thought his side's display in the 2-2 draw against Hull City summed up the Latics' inconsistent campaign.
The Spaniard has seen his team produce woeful displays in heavy defeats against the likes of Portsmouth and Tottenham only for them to be excellent in beating Arsenal and Chelsea.
Former Swansea City manager Martinez said after the draw against the Tigers: "I felt we deserved a draw, but I think we were to blame for their two goals.
"It is one of those performances which leaves you with mixed feelings because we knew that we had to take control of the game and break Hull down.
"They were well-organised and working hard and I thought, for spells, we showed very good moments.
"You score the first goal and you feel you are going to kick on, but then we conceded two goals that were very soft and that is a clear area that we have to improve for next season.
"But then what we don't lack is that character and desire to carry on doing the right things until the end. I thought the second goal was the reward the players deserved."