Black frustrated with point
ERIC Black admits his Blackburn Rovers side have to do much better after seeing them held to a 1-1 draw at Derby County.
Rovers' caretaker boss was satisfied with his side's first half performance as Jordan Rhodes fired them ahead but was frustrated at a poor second half display.
Theo Robinson's 89th minute strike earned Derby a point and Black admits Rovers only have themselves to blame.
He said: "As the game unfolded we got deeper and deeper. I am really disappointed we didn't win the game.
"I thought the first half performance was okay, there were decent signs, but the seond half we dropped into that lull.
"It is very, very frustrating. I thought with the players we had on the pitch, we should have won the game and I'm extremely disappointed we haven't.
"We dropped and dropped, didn't retain possession of the ball and all of a sudden pressure comes on.
"We tried to change it to get further up but it didn't happen. In the end the obvious happens. I am really, really disappointed because we have to be better than that."