Aaron Wilbraham reflects on Town's Sky Bet League One loss against Crewe Alexandra.
Town's final Sky Bet League One fixture of the 2020/21 campaign ended with Salop suffering a 3-2 loss away from home against Crewe Alexandra.
Despite Town battling back to level terms after going two goals down, Chris Porter's 86th-minute goal was the difference between the two sides at the final whistle.
Town Assistant Manager Aaron Wilbraham was disappointed with the result and felt Town could have secured the win.
On the result:
"We wanted to go out with a win at the end of the season so we are disappointed not to have won the game. We are disappointed with the third goal, it was a scrappy goal to concede. We looked lethargic at the start and the fixture had that end-of-season feel.
"The boys did show great character to get back into it but to concede a scrappy goal at the end was disappointing. Our goals were two good goals and the Manager touched on that at half-time. When we passed the ball around better, we got chances and got the goals. Shaun's was a good finish and he always looks like a threat. Dan took his really well. They were both good goals.
"We wanted to keep it tight at the back and not concede - we didn't want to lose today. The Manager would never allow players to play like it's an end-of-season fixture. It has been a long and hard season and everyone deserves the break."