DEFENDER Danny Greenslade said that there was ‘more positives than negatives’ from their 2-1 defeat by Curzon Ashton.

Despite scoring the opening goal with a strike from the edge of the box in the second half the visitors levelled before stealing the points in the final minutes.

“It turned out to be quite a disappointing day so the strike and that goal means nothing,” said Greenslade following the defeat.

“To be honest with you I couldn’t see the ball as the sun was in my eyes so I just thought I’d get it out of my feet and give it a go really and luckily it flew into the top corner.

“I think the first half we played quite well and were the team on top and had a few more chances. I think Symons goal was harshly disallowed as I think he might have been on-side,

“Fair play to Curzon they stuck at it and came back before having a great goal at the end, We all wanted to put in a good performance in front of our own fans as again they have shown their frustration which they are more than entitled to.

“I think we have played reasonably well away from home but we can’t, for whatever reason, seem to replicate that at home so far this season.

“Hopefully we can pick up a couple more points here. There was a number of things, the goals today from Curzon are both sloppy from us and there might be an element of concentration.

“There are a lot of things that go on in terms of conceding a goal and at the end of the day it’s not good enough.”

The 25-year-old left-back who signed for Hereford in the summer has been playing as a wing back in a new formation implemented in recent weeks by Head Coach Marc Richards.

“I’m probably better going forwards than I am backwards sometimes and I’m open enough to admit that but it gives me a licence to go forwards and play one-twos around the corner and stuff,” Greenslade added.

“It gets more balls into the box and hopefully more goals as well. Our performances haven’t been terrible and while they haven’t been great either I think we are slowly getting somewhere.

“I think there are definitely more positives than negatives even though we have lost today.”