Ollie Turton was left frustrated that the side didn’t claim all three points in the 0-0 stalemate with Fleetwood on Saturday.
Despite being the better side for large parts of the game, the Seasiders were left to settle for a point. Turton, who was voted supporter’s Man of the Match for his display at the back, felt it was just one of those games where nothing fell for the side.
“It’s frustrating, as I thought we played well as a team throughout the game,” he said.
“It was just one of those matches where the ball doesn’t fall for you, blocks are made at pivotal moments and on another day, we’re likely to get that crucial goal and go on to win.
“It’s frustrating to not walk away with the three points, but at the same time we played some good football, so we can be proud of that.”
Turton impressed in the backline on Saturday, and came close at the other end in the game, seeing two rare sights at goal go over.
“I think I hit the volley too well and then saw my effort charged down in the second half,” the right-back said.
“The Head Coach has said to us that he wants the full-backs to push on and join in in attacking situations, so that’s what we try and do. I enjoy getting forward, so hopefully that goal will come soon!”