MARTIN Jol says Fulham paid the price for making one or two errors as they returned from Aston Villa empty-handed on Saturday night.
An injury time goal gave the hosts a 1-0 win after a second half in which the Whites were on top.
"We wanted a victory. I feel bad," Jol said. "Nil-nil would have been a good result but we could have nicked it.
"We should have scored a goal but we didn't. One or two mistakes can cost you and that's what happened.
"In the second half, I think we had the control, especially in midfield, but you have to score a goal and we didn't. Getting to the 93rd minute at 0-0 away from home, you should get away with a point."