Date: 16th December 2012 at 10:22pm
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Inigo Calderon says the side are again frustrated at not being able to convert their dominance into goals following a 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest.

The 30-year-old right-back, a surprisingly regular source of goals since joining the Seagulls in 2010, had three chances during an action-packed first half, but was unable to find the net as Albion were eventually made to settle for a stalemate.

He told seagulls.co.uk, “In the first half we had plenty of chances to score but we didn’t. We were not quite as good during the second half but we still had chances to win, so we are a little frustrated.

“There is not much more we can do. We are playing well but it’s just about putting the ball in the net, but we are not doing that at the moment.”

With a chance to put things right on Tuesday night as Millwall visit the Amex, Calderon is remaining upbeat regarding Albion’s scoring capabilities.

He continued, “Although we didn’t score we got another clean sheet, after a few games of conceding goals. In the first half we played some great football and we will take positives from that.

“The goals are going to come, and when they do we will start winning more games. As soon as we score the first one we need to see out the game, but that goal never arrived today. That is the problem when you have a bad run.”