Hull City defender Curtis Davies has admitted on social media that he was frustrated having featured in his side's 0-0 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday.
The result at the KC Stadium has extended the Tigers unbeaten record in the Championship to four games and they now sit two points clear of second-placed Burnley, but it proved to be another 90 minutes where Steve Bruce's men struggled for goals.
They have now scored just four times in their last half-a-dozen fixtures in the league, and although they avoided defeat, Davies has suggested that he sees the result as two points lost rather than one gained.
Another frustrating night at The KC! Pleased with another clean sheet but I should've scored! Big game @ Blues on Thurs, we go again #HCAFC— Curtis Davies #6 (@TheCurtisDavies) February 26, 2016
Davies's opportunity came midway through the second half, but despite being found in a promising position, he could only head wide.
Sheffield Wednesday were reduced to 10 men in the closing stages when Fernando Forestieri was dismissed for two yellow cards for the second match in succession, but his dismissal came too late for Hull to take advantage.
Hull are next in action when they make the trip to the West Midlands next Thursday to face Birmingham City, who Davies played for between 2011 and 2013.