Axel Disasi felt the Blues merited more than the single point we picked up at Bournemouth on Sunday.

Several good opportunities came and went at the Vitality Stadium, and we also hit the woodwork twice with efforts from range.

Reflecting on the game and our performance, Disasi underlined the feeling of frustration in the dressing room as well as the sense results will soon match the level of our performances.

‘We saw on the pitch good movement of the team, but we couldn’t score,’ the defender said.

‘We are a little bit disappointed because we deserved to win. We created so many chances. We need to kill the opponent when we have the chance to do it. The feeling is a little bit angry, but if we keep going in this way it will be good.

‘We don’t have luck, but I’m sure the goals will come in the future. We believe. The coach is always positive, and the team also.’

The plus side of our trip to Devon was a second clean sheet of the season, with Disasi more than playing his part in that shutout.

He analysed his own showing and also that of his fellow defenders and Robert Sanchez, who produced a fine save in each half to preserve a point.

‘I’m happy with my performance. We didn’t concede a goal which is good for the confidence. I tried to give my best to help the team. It’s important to not concede when we can’t score.

‘Sanchez in the goal did a great job also, and Thiago helped me a lot, so I feel better and better on the pitch. It’s my first year here and game by game I feel better with my team-mates.’