Manager Nathan Jones reflected on another positive point and a good month overall as the Hatters held high-flying Blackburn Rovers at home this afternoon.
It was a game in which few chances presented themselves to either side, but the gaffer felt his side were the better of the two teams and certainly had their chances in the first period.
“I thought we should have won the game because we had two glorious chances first half, nothing really in the game. Conditions really played a part with how windy it was.
"We tried to freshen things up so you are always going to miss that spark, but we had the two best chances of the game, possibly three because Gabe Osho would have had a point-blank header if Lockyer hadn’t taken it off his head.
“We tried to win it late on, but I’m really pleased with a ten-point month and the FA Cup win. I would have taken that all day long especially given the teams we played – Bournemouth, Blackburn, Sheffield United, Bristol City, it has been a tough month in terms of the games and coming off the back of a covid outbreak.
“We’ve had a great month and we’ve gone toe-to-toe with them today and I felt we were probably slightly better.”