Reds Manager Danny Wilson gave his thoughts on tonight's 0-0 draw at Fleetwood Town.
"As games go it was a very entertaining nil-nil," said Wilson. "I have to say there were chances galore at both ends. More so for them in the first half and us in the second.
"It was a surprise that it did finish that way. Maybe the finishing from both sides needed to improve a bit.
"We struggled to get to grips in the first half with our formation rather than get to grips with their formation more than anything.
"We had to change the system round slightly in the second half and it worked much better for us. All of a sudden we put the foot on the gas.
"Overall, coming here at the start of the season - the way that they're going - I suppose it's a decent point for us."
Both sides rattled the woodwork with Dale Jennings hammering the angle but it was Leroy Lita who had the best chance in stoppage time.
"We'd love to have won it and certainly the chances we had we could have won it.
"Certainly from our point of view, in the second half from the chances we had, we should have won the game.
"We seemed a little bit more comfortable (in the second half). Luke and Conor found their feet better and our full-backs got forward better.
"I'm delighted with the clean sheet and big John's (Jean-Yves M'voto) come in and done well."