“We had opportunities to win the game,” he said.
“With five to six first team regulars missing and to put in a performance where we could have easily got the two points, maybe isn’t a victory in the league table but it was definitely a moral victory for the players and all concerned.
“But fair play to Rochdale, they took the two points.
“It was a good, professional performance form us last week,” he said.
“We just need to keep nice and intense going into a big week against North Wales. They’re a good team, we’ve not beaten them yet this season so it’s a big game for us and we’ll go into it very confident.”