DAMIEN McCrory believes that Burton Albion getting close to beating sides by a good margin, providing that they continue to create chances.
The Brewers had much the better chances in the first-half of their 0-0 draw with promotion-chasing Bristol City. Darren Bent, Hope Akpan and Liam Boyce all forced saves out of Frank Fielding, while Stephen Bywater was relatively untroubled in the Burton goal.
McCrory admits that Burton are disappointed not to have won the game, but thinks the Brewers are close to scoring a lot of goals with their performances.
He said: “The lads have come off very frustrated today. We have put in a good performance and a clean sheet, but with the first-half chances that we have created there is a lot of disappointment that we have not gained all three points. A point is better than nothing and we just have to keep going in to the next game.
“(The change in formation) lifted the boys and gives us a more attacking performance, as you have seen in the first-half. With the chances that we created, it is frustrating that we have not taken advantage, but at least we are creating them.
“It is frustrating but as long as we are creating the, something is going to click at some point, and I feel that the performance when we score three or four goals is not long away.”