Leeds United drew 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers this weekend.
Leeds came from behind to grab a point at the Macron Stadium, thanks to a Mirco Antenucci penalty, but Evans felt that his side should have won the contest.
And when it was suggested from some of the coaches that Leeds should have dropped back to a 4-5-1 formation in the second-half, Evans was quick to dismiss those comments.
"Some of the staff that had been here before suggested that we go 4-5-1 [in the second-half] but I said 'I'd rather go home'," he explained.
"That doesn't mean we'll never be 4-5-1, but I thought that the game at half-time was there for winning, and when we got the equaliser I really thought we would win."
Evans has already stressed that getting a point, even in away matches, will not be enough for Leeds - as they want to win every game.
Under Uwe Rosler the Whites had become draw specialists, but Evans' has been keen to go all out for victories during his brief spell at Elland Road so far.
Leeds have showed signs of promise under the former Rotherham United boss, but he is still looking for his first three point haul as manager of the Yorkshire club, after two draws to kick of his reign.
Evans' next match comes against Blackburn Rovers, where Leeds will be hoping to end a run of 11 games without a victory at their home ground.