Bristol City manager Derek McInnes thought his team put in the performance but did not get the result in their 1-0 defeat at Coventry City this afternoon.
Speaking to the Press Association after Bristol City's first ever defeat at the Ricoh Arena, McInnes said: "We had 26 attempts at goal and to do that you have to play well.
"In terms of performance there was a great deal of good about what we did but it is hard to talk about because the most important thing at the moment is results.
"We got it the wrong way round - we put in a good performance but got a disappointing result.
"It is difficult to take because we have come away from here with nothing and we should have won the game.
"Our passing and movement and good play made them anxious and a goal would have made it very difficult for them.
"I thought their boy came through and caught Albert. I spoke to the referee at half-time but he was not too keen to discuss it."