EXETER City manager Paul Tisdale says he feels disappointed after settling for a share of the points against Swindon Town.

Tisdale, who saw his side take the lead, only to be pegged back to a 1-1 draw at the County Ground thinks the visitors had the better chances to take all three points.

Rueben Reid’s wicked shot forced Lawrence Vigouroux into action in the first half, but the Swindon stopper could only push his effort onto the post.

From there Town were unlucky as Liam McAlinden was able to pounce on the rebound and put the visitors a goal to the good.

That wasn’t the only chance for Exeter, if it wasn’t for Amine Linganzi’s goal-line clearance, David Wheeler would have put the visitors 2-0 up.

“We got a point but I am a little bit disappointed that we didn’t get more, we played really well,” said the Exeter chief.

“It was a really good game, we enjoyed the day we had the opportunities to turn that into three points and hopefully on another day, we would have done that.

“I was really pleased with the way the players played, another 10 per cent more of something would have got us the win.

“The players had real discipline and played to the organisation like we had asked them too, we played into the breeze and competed really well.”

Moments before Linganzi’s goal-line clearance Exeter came close to breaking the deadlock when Troy Brown’s header came questionably close to crossing the line.

While the Exeter manager wasn’t sure if it had crossed the line, he believes his side should have seen something from that frantic phase of play.

“In the first half I think we should have had two penalties in the space of two seconds,” added Tisdale.

“We still think the ball went over the line, we had a hand ball on the line and then David Wheeler was two-footed in the penalty area.

“We felt hard done by after that and we couldn’t quite work out how we didn’t get anything out of those three seconds.”

The second half saw new signing Kaiyne Woolery come off the bench to score, as Swindon claimed a draw in their first home game of the season.