Nottingham Forest midfielder Samba Sow said the last-gasp equaliser against Derby was frustrating as The Reds deserved all three points.
Chris Martin’s injury-time leveller cancelled our Joe Lolley’s first-half opener at Pride Park, with chances for Forest to double their lead squandered in an all-round positive performance.
Speaking after the game, Sow said: “It is hard to take. I am happy to be back and to play because it has been a long time, but to take this goal at the end of the game is so difficult.
“But that is the story of the season, it has happened so many times. We have to learn from it and to keep working. We played very well today and deserved the three points, but we only go back with one point.
“We have to keep going and keep working because we have five more games, we are still there and we have to continue in the same way.
“We did a good job today all together, so it is difficult to take this goal. But that is life, we have to forget quickly because we have another game on Tuesday, a tough one as well against Fulham.
“We have to keep our focus and work hard. We have a good team, with good players and we have to give everything. Everyone is disappointed today because we deserved three points.”