Harry Kewell was left satisfied with Saturday's 0-0 draw away to Lincoln City - which earnt his side another hard-fought point on the road in the league.
The Head Coach believed that his side also did enough to win the game at Sincil Bank as the Reds made it six out of seven unbeaten away from home.
"We can be happy with another point but I also think we could have been walking away with all three this afternoon," he told iFollow Crawley.
"We knew what they'd be about - they're a physical side who go direct, but we dealt with that and also tried to play as well.
"Every one of my players worked really hard and battled against and I'm proud of them for that."
In another hard-working performance from every player, the Australian once again picked out young forward Panutche Camara who had chances i both halves to get on the scoresheet.
"He was brilliant again and he had some really good chances too," he continued.
"He never stopped running and worked tirelessely, all that was missing again for him was a goal.
"That will come, and that's across the board. We're getting into the right areas and we have to start taking our chances."