Luke Prosser on a missed opportunity against Accrington Stanley
Luke Prosser felt it was two points dropped on Sunday as Blues were held to a 1-1 draw away at Accrington Stanley.
Prosser headed home from Kevan Hurst’s corner to rescue Blues a point after they had fallen behind.
While the defender was disappointed to only take a point, he says if Blues can beat Pompey on Wednesday and make it seven points from nine over the festive period, it will be a good return.
“We’re disappointed because we wanted to come here and win the game and we haven’t done that,” he said.
“Obviously we’ve gone a goal behind and come back not to lose the game which is a positive.
“But, no disrespect to Accrington Stanley, these are games where we need to be picking up three points.
“But that is now four points from two away games and if we can beat Pompey that will be a decent return.
“If we can get seven points from the nine we’ll be pleased, though coming into it we wanted nine.”
Prosser was pleased to be able to get the goal, which handed Blues a point, his third of the season.
He added: “We’d had quite a few chances throughout the game which you’ve got to take when you’re playing away.
“Unfortunately we didn’t do that so it was nice to be able to pop up with a header to draw us level.
“We even had chances after that to go on and win the game but unfortunately it didn’t happen.
“I’m pleased to have got three to my name so far this season and hopefully I can keep them coming.”