Minstermen boss staying upbeat
York boss Gary Mills was in positive mood despite seeing his side record a 0-0 home draw against Cheltenham on Saturday.
In a League Two match with few clear-cut chances, the closest the Minstermen came to scoring was through Lee Bullock but Scott Brown more than up to the task.
Mills felt his side should have won the game but in the end was happy to take a point.
"I thought we edged it and I thought it was a game for us to win," he said. "I think if we had a little extra in the last third then we could have won it. We had a couple of good chances with Bully (Lee Bullock) probably having the best when he came on.
"We're tough to beat, it's another point and we should have won it so they're the positives. I thought we had the better of the game, and I thought they scored at the end so they'll be disappointed. I just feel a bit of disappointment around the ground but I feel it's for the right reasons because we could and should have won.
"We've had a few good chances, the players have worked really hard again but we didn't have that bit extra to break them down. At times it didn't quite happen, but it's another game we didn't lose."