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13 December 2014

Midfielder happy to take a point but admits on reflection that Town could have left The Macron Stadium with all three

Jay Tabb admitted that Town were left a little frustrated not to get the victory against Bolton but admitted that a point isn’t a bad result.

The Blues carved out a number of good opportunities but ultimately found Andy Lonergan an unbreakable figure in the Bolton goal, as Mick McCarthy’s side left the Macron Stadium with a share of the spoils.

“I think on another day we could be speaking now with three points in the bag, as we certainly had the chances to win,” the midfielder told the official Club website.

“I’ve had probably the best chance of the game in the second-half but [Andy] Lonergan has made a good save to deny me, as he had done to us all afternoon.

"I should have scored which frustrates me but we're still in a good position going into the game against Middlesbrough.

“They are a good side though and they’ve certainly picked up under their new manager [Neil Lennon].

“Looking back it’s a good point for us and keeps us in the promotion pack, but on reflection we are a little bit frustrated not to have got the win today.”

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