Joe Lolley felt Nottingham Forest improved their performance levels from last week but it wasn’t enough to claim a result against Huddersfield.
The Reds hoped to bounce back after defeat last weekend and Lolley felt Forest deserved at least a point from the clash at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Speaking after the game, he said: “It is a frustrating result. It was an improvement on the last game but we have to pick ourselves up.
“Football is all about small details and it is two set pieces. Ten minutes after the second goal we got a bit loose and heads dropped a bit but we fought on and we deserved at least a point. We plugged away and we were unlucky to not come away with something.
“Six weeks ago, those chances at the end go in and when it’s not quite dropping for you, nothing seems to go right. But it was a much better performance, and if we concentrate on that and keep playing like that, I am sure we will pick up positive results.”
The Reds have found themselves stuck in a poor run of form and Lolley has confidence in the side to turn things around.
He said: “If we concentrate on playing well and being hard to beat, we will pick up results. Last week obviously wasn’t good enough and there have been a few games when we were off the pace, but today was a lot better showing and on another day we could have come away with something.
“We have to keep going through this tough patch and if we concentrate on the performances, I’m sure we will get through it.”