Yeovil Town manager Russell Slade was disappointed that his side had failed to leave the City Ground without a share of the spoils after a 1-0 loss to League One leaders Nottingham Forest.
The Glovers were beaten by a single Grant Holt goal, with Slade upset that an error by keeper Steve Mildenhall had proved decisive.
He told the Western Daily Press: "We did okay, but we need to do better than that if we are going to be successful.
"We weren't far off Forest, but if you want success then you have got to come to places like the City Ground and at least come away with a point.
"We haven't done that. We should still have our unbeaten run intact and we are disappointed to have lost it in such circumstances.
"But perhaps that's a good thing - that we are disappointed to have lost at a place like Nottingham Forest."