Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier believes his team deserved to win against Fulham on Saturday after seeing the held to a 1-1 draw.
Villa took a 42nd minute lead through Marc Albrighton but they squandered numerous chances before Fulham defender Brede Hangeland scored a last-gasp equaliser.
"The overall performance was good," added Houllier. "We sometimes played very good football. I told the boys I am extremely unhappy with the result but the performance was outstanding in terms of effort and discipline and we had enough chances to seal the game. The only thing we could blame ourselves for was that we had the chances to finish it off."
But Houllier, already without John Carew and Emile Heskey, will not be without captain Nigel Reo-Coker for at least three weeks with a knee injury collected in a clash with Jonathan Greening.
"I don't think Nigel will be able to play for another two or three weeks minimum," said Houllier. "It is a knee injury. There was a challenge with Jonathan Greening.
"Jonathan fell on his ankle and he twisted his knee. It is very unfortunate. It is am medial ligament injury and we need to know the gravity of it is."
Fulham boss Mark Hughes was relieved his side managed to steal a point from the game.
"In the first-half I thought we edged the better chances," said Hughes. "I was disappointed to concede just before half-time and in the second-half, Villa were able to get people behind the ball and play on the counter and that was always a worry for us.
"But we kept on going and doing the right things. We didn't ask enough questions in the second-half, in terms of balls into the box, but the one ball we did produce brought us the goal and we are thankful for that.
"At that late stage you are thinking the game is lost and it has gone beyond you. We got something out of the game so we are pleased. We have got to be pleased with the point."