CHORLEY FC boss Matt Jansen was disappointed after watching his side get a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw with North Ferriby United.

Jansen was frustrated after watching his side failing to convert their chances to try to take all three points from the Victory Park tie.

He said: “It was a game that I expected three points from, jist like I expected three points from the game against Darlington.

“We battled and fought and I voiced my frustrations in the game with Darlington.

“But I am probably more frustrated that we have not come away with more.

“We created chances, we made mistakes at the back so in terms of the game I was disappointed.

Jansen was even more disappointed that the defence switched-off in conceding the goals.

He said: “A couple of the lads have been good and held their hands up for the goals that we have conceded but we have one of the defensive records in the league and it is not like us

“We need to convert our chances we have had chance after chance after chance. Whether we have took our foot off the gas because it was North Ferriby and they have not won many games or if we have taken it easy.

“We were dictated by their tempo but we should have been dictating the tempo and we are better than we were.

“We have created chances but have not put them away but that has been the story all season and goalscoring has been our achilles heel for us and we are going to have to address that.”

Jansen was impressed by the impact of Matty Hughes in the wing-back role.

He said: “He was excellent at Darlington in that position and was against North Ferriby.

“He is very good going forward and he says it is not his favoured position but he is filling in there and is doing a fantastic job.

“He was man of the match but I don’t want to play him there as I see him as a more advanced player but needs must.

“We have lost Matty Challinor and we have not got the results we were looking to get.

“We should be winning this games and should be beating Darlington at their place and then North Ferriby at home.

“We had more than enough chances to win games so it is so frustrating.

“I have given them as much as a rollicking as I do and the lads in themselves have been raging about it.

“They are disappointed in themselves and they are angry and it is not good enough and they know that.”

The Magpies are scheduled to travel to FC United of Manchester on February 9 and then they entertain Gainsbrough Trinity at Victory Park on February 17.

They will travel to Nuneaton Town for their league tie on February 24.