BARNSLEY head coach Neill Collins thought his side deserved all three points against Cheltenham at Oakwell.

The Reds were held to a 0-0 draw against The Robins, who currently sit fourth bottom of the league and in the relegation zone.

Barnsley has 18 shots on goal, with four on target, and had 61 per cent of the ball - but they were unable to find the back of the net.

Collins told the Chronicle he believes his side deserved three points.

“If you looked at those stats and asked 100 people who they thought had won the game, who would they say?

“We had 18 shots, we had a great amount of chances.

“The players didn’t do an awful lot wrong.

“It’s a game at home we’d expect to win.”

He added that the draw was made worse by last week’s 5-1 defeat to Lincoln at Oakwell.

“We could maybe have done more but it’s hard to be too critical.

“On another we get that first goal and we go on.

“We’re all frustrated but what makes it feel worse is the disappointment here last week.”

On the boos from some of the home fans at full-time, Collins said: “I didn’t hear too much of that but that’s frustration.

“The players are in there and it feels like a defeat.

“We’re all really frustrated because we knew how important this game was to get three points.

“But we didn’t and we need to learn aa couple of lessons and move on.

“It’s just one of those things.”