CONOR Sellars cursed missed opportunities as City registered their fourth successive Valley Parade blank in the final home game.

Today’s goalless draw with Scunthorpe ended a five-game losing run but it was a tough watch against a side whose point clinched their League Two survival.

“It was really frustrating,” admitted joint boss Sellars. “We’ve not capitalised on the chances that we’ve created.

“We didn’t show enough individualism when we were attacking in one v ones or bits of good play.

“They had a game plan and did it well and got the point that they wanted.

“Any team will lose a little bit of confidence after losing five games.

“But I also think that your ability allows you to be confident and we’ve got some really good players in there who can unlock doors and make it hard for teams.

“It just doesn’t seem to be working at this moment in an attacking sense. But these are areas that you can always improve on.”

Clayton Donaldson hit the post and missed a huge close-range chance in the closing minutes. But City also needed Sam Hornby to keep out Scunthorpe with good saves from Kevin van Veen and Ryan Loft.

Sellars added: “Sam got us out of the mess a little bit and there’s nothing in his performances right now that tell us that he’s not warranted to keep the shirt.

“He’s doing really well at this moment and he’s got to keep those performances up.”

“You look at different people in the team they might feel they’ve done okay – defensively, the goalkeeper, there were some good performances in there.

“But we’ve just not quite managed to finish off the chances.

“Clayts (Clayton Donaldson) has two good chances at the end. We changed formation and tried to put more bodies in the box but still not got that goal.”