Swansea City boss Carlos Carvalhal felt they deserved more after their 1-1 draw with Everton.
Jordan Ayew’s second-half effort was enough to earn the Swans a deserved share of the spoils after Kyle Naughton’s unfortunate own goal had seen them fall behind.
“The first question all the journalists asked me after the game was the same – they asked if I felt we deserved more,” Carvalhal said.
“That tells you that there is information behind the question.
“It’s obvious that we deserved more. We tried to win the game from the start. We put out a team to win the game, we played to win the game and we had three or four clear situations where we could have scored.
“We achieved one point. We didn’t win a point today because we deserved three, but we achieved a point and you never know if this point will be important in the end.
“We played with big heart and big commitment and we deserved more. Sometimes in football you win points you don’t deserve, and sometimes you don’t get the points you deserve.
“I think this one of those situations where we didn’t get what we deserved but, if we play like that in all the games we have left, we will have a big chance to stay up.”