KARL Robinson was left frustrated Oxford United's strong performance did not yield a fifth straight victory.

They were held to a goalless draw by AFC Wimbledon, whose goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale was in inspired form.

U's boss Robinson was happy with the display, but felt it warranted more than a single point, which maintained their nine-point cushion over the relegation zone.

He said: "I said it would be a difficult game and I’ve not seen too many teams do that to AFC Wimbledon, because of how hard they work.

"I think we’ve looked a good team today. I’d be disappointed if they looked at us and didn’t think we played well.

"We did enough to win three games."

"We’ve got one point which is frustrating, because we should be sat here with another three and five wins on the spin."

Mark Sykes was one of four players brought into the starting line-up who had not featured in the win at Walsall a week earlier.

He said: "We created a lot of chances and I don’t think Easty (U's goalkeeper Simon Eastwood) had much to do.

"You have to put them away at the end of the day and we didn’t, but I think it was a positive performance."