Derek Adams bemoaned his side's lack of attacking cutting edge, following their late 1-0 defeat to Salford City in Sky Bet League Two.
Matty Lund's 90th-minute strike condemned the Bantams - who created numerous goal-scoring opportunities - to defeat at the Peninsula Stadium.
Adams admitted his frustration at the number of missed chances on the day, particularly given his side's all-round performance.
He said: “We played well but, like last week, we were unable to take our opportunities when they came.
“Their goalkeeper made two unbelievable saves and, had he have not, we would have gone on and won the game.
“We defended very well when we had to which meant Richard O'Donnell didn't really have a save to make. We dealt well with the threat Salford provided.
“We need to start being more clinical and putting the ball in the back of the net, and that is the only thing we can ask more of the players.”
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