Craig Harrison was satisfied with a point from Pools’ trip to Woking on Saturday but admitted his side had created enough chances to have won the game.
Pools went ahead midway through the first half when Ryan Donaldson nodded home from close range but they allowed a leveller from Woking on the stroke of half time.
However, Harrison insisted it was a reasonable result for his players against the side who boast the one of the best home records in the National League.
“It was two good teams having go at each other,” Harrison told Pools PlayerHD.
“There were plenty of chances in the game, good football from both sides, attacking play, it was competitive with tackles going in so it was a good game.
“We wanted the lads to ask more questions and put the ball in the box more; we did that for the goal when Ryan was in the right place to put it away.
“It was infuriating to concede when we did, just 30 seconds before half-time because I thought we had defended really well in the first half but we told them that we couldn’t crumble like Orient did against us.
“Devante has been unlucky not to score – I was away celebrating, I’d gone but then turned round to see it hit the post and wonder how it hadn’t gone in!
“On good chances we probably shaded it but they had more possession so we’ll take the point, move on and try to build another unbeaten run.”