Peter Winn disappointed with draw

Winger feels Stevenage’s performance deserved all three points

Peter Winn says Boro’s players are disappointed not have taken all three points from their trip to Rotherham on Saturday.

Winn impressed on his first start in seven games and was a menace down the left where his trickery and pace caused all sorts of problems for the Millers back line.

Speaking to The Comet after the game, the winger said: “(We were) disappointed to get one point, we should have taken all three.

“Their goal, they’ve just got away and scored and we couldn’t do anything about it but half or three quarters of that half we’ve absolutely battered them, second half we’ve absolutely battered them as well.

“We got a goal, I should have got a goal, there should have been a few others that got goals. We did score a goal (Chris Holroyd’s late effort, ruled out for offside) and it was disallowed and it shouldn’t have been disallowed because one, it clearly came off their man, and two, he was clearly not offside.”

Speaking about Boro’s on-loan striker Holroyd, Winn added: “He’s a great person to play with because if he’s going down the line I know I can come inside. He’s just a really good player and hopefully he’ll get more goals and hopefully we’ll climb the table.”