Northampton Town manager Jon Brady felt his side did some good things during Saturday's game at Forest Green Rovers, and says the challenge is to learn from the areas where they can improve.
“It was a cagey game with fine margins," he said.
“In the first half we had most of the territorial advantage - it was just in the final third where we lacked that final pass, a key cross or bit of movement.
“We are trying to make those connections better and we believe it will come. It is a work in progress, we learn from Saturday and move on.
“Forest Green - in my opinion - are probably going to be in the top three at the end of the season and if anyone finishes above them they will have a good chance of winning the league.
“We want to play a bit quicker and at a higher tempo but we have the courage to play a little bit more.”