Reds manager Danny Wilson gave his thoughts following today's 2-1 defeat at Peterborough United.
"It is about results but the performance was terrific at times today," said Wilson - speaking to Barnsley Player.
"As commitment goes, the players gave everything for the club and team today.
"To come here at this stage of the season against a club who have invested very well and got a team together that will be challenging at the end of the season - we've put in a terrific performance."
Devante Cole scored the opener of the match on 15 minutes before the equaliser on the stroke of half time was followed up by a second-half free-kick.
"Two moments have undone us," continued Wilson. "We've given the ball away and they've punished us straight away and then there's been a worldie of a free-kick."
"In between that I thought we more than matched them. Both teams played good football. When we got our noses in front - from what was a fantastic goal - it gave us belief that if we are going to come to these places and challenge then we have to play well, and we've done it.
"The fans gave us that extra man at times. Once again they've been brilliant and we can't ask any more from them. at the same time, i don't think they can't ask for any more from the players because they've given everything today.
"If we'd have come here and defended and tried to catch them on the break then still lost 2-1, we'd have been kicking ourselves."