Grant Hanley said he and his Norwich City teammates were disappointed to only get a point from their match with Barnsley.
Their early advantage, after Josh Murphy’s deflected strike, was wiped out by Harvey Barnes shortly after the interval and Hanley was left frustrated.
Speaking post-match, Hanley said: “We feel a bit disappointed because it was a game we wanted to win. It’s hard straight after a game to reflect on it.
“Maybe they’ll feel the same because they had a few chances towards the end. But like I said, it’s disappointing on our behalf because it was a game we felt we needed to win.
“Obviously we scored early on and you’re looking to get another goal and put the game to bed. We said that at half-time, about putting the game to bed.
“We conceded just after half-time. They were on the front foot and we showed a bit of character to steady the ship.
“But I think a point is probably a fair result."
Hanley was keen to turn the focus to Tuesday night’s visit to Nottingham Forest.
“We’ve got to take the positives,” he added. “The beauty about the Championship is that you’ve always got a chance within a few days to put it right.
“It’s important to recover now and look forward to Tuesday night.”