DEFENDER Jamie Grimes felt it was two points dropped after Hereford were held to a 2-2 draw against Chorley.

A Jared Hodgkiss opener on the hour mark looked to have given the Bulls a first home win of the season.

However, Hereford conceded two goals in the final 10 minutes and needed a last gasp Lenell John-Lewis header to rescue them a point.

"It's not what we wanted," said Grimes

"We went 1-0 up and we wanted to see it out and get the win, we've been pretty good at that so far this season.

"In the end it felt like a loss to be honest. It was exciting for a neutral, but not for us, we wanted to win the game.

"They got the goal and the second goal. In the end it felt like we've done well to get a point.

"At home we want to win games and we felt like we should have won today.

"We went ahead and even at a draw we felt like we should have won the game.

"We came away with a point but it feels like two points dropped."

Grimes was left 'really disappointed' with the second half display with the first coming six minutes from time and a second three minutes later.

He said that the side would be working on the training ground to put things right ahead of next Saturday's visit of Kettering Town.

"Fair play to them (Chorley) they went 1-0 down and then they changed the way they played and just cut us open really," added Grimes.

"We can't be doing that we've got to know what happens when we go a goal up, we've got to have a bit of composure and be able to play.

"We've got a full week of training now to put it right for Kettering next week.

"We feel like we've been the better team in all the games (at home) but it's just getting that goal, first win and getting on top of teams

"We need to make this a fortress and we've not quite done this so far."

Hereford welcomed Giles Coke into their starting line-up for the injured Yan Klukowski.

"He's excellent and never gives the ball away," added Grimes

"He gives us that experience in there and he did well today."

Grimes added that the positive from the tie was Lenell John-Lewis' headed goal which came direct from a corner.

"That's something we've been working on in training and we want to score a few more from them as they can win us games," added Grimes.

The Bulls have played just six league games but now have a run of fixtures with four within a two-week period.

"It's been a really strange start to the season to play and then have games called off," added Grimes

"We've not really had a rhythm so this is a chance to get a few games on a run and hopefully get a few results."