Wolverhampton Wanderers drew 0-0 with Milton Keynes Dons at the weekend.
Wolves drew 0-0 with Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday, and the display that they put in encouraged Jackett.
Wolves dominated for large parts of the contest, but they were unable to find the back of the net, with their attacking players guilty of squandering countless opportunities.
And Jackett said: “Poor finishing is the only thing I can criticise my side for – there was no lack of effort and wave after wave of attacks.
“There were a lot of good individual displays today and there are things we could have done better and finishing is the most important part of the game.
“Ultimately it is a frustrating afternoon and two points dropped.”
The usually reliable Benik Afobe was the Wolves player who missed the most chances in the match.
Afobe was in deadly form during his first season at Wolves, but his goalscoring has slowed down this time around – and his confidence seems to be low.
The former Arsenal man has scored just once in his last seven games for Jackett’s side, and they will be relying on him to improve this ratio in the coming weeks.
Wolves have fallen short of expectations so far this season, and they are in dire need of all their key players hitting form.
The Midlands side are currently some way off the play-off chasing pack, and they will be eager to start putting together a winning run as quickly as possible.