STANLEY boss John Coleman says his side have to do better in the final third following their 2-2 draw with Morecambe.

The Shrimps raced into a two-goal lead inside the opening 26 minutes, with Jonah Ayunga and bagging a brace.

But the Reds hit back through Colby Bishop and Michael Nottingham either side of half-time to claim a point.

Bishop was forced off at the break due to injury, and Coleman feels he could have made the difference had he stayed on.

“I think if Colby had stayed on, we would have won,” said the Stanley boss. “We brought on Jay Rich-Baghuelou and he worked hard but he couldn’t have the impact Colby had.

“Colby makes us more dangerous and we have to have our fingers crossed he is OK for next week.

“On the game, I feel like I have lost a tenner and found a pound. It might have been a good game for the neutral but I am disappointed.

“When you come from 2-0 down you should be happy but in the first half we had 21 shots – that’s nearly a shot every two minutes.

“Both goals we have conceded have been deflected but Morecambe have been tidy with their chances – they had two and took them and we had 21 but only took two.

“Overall in the game we had 33 shots in total and 12 corners and we have got to do better.”

Coleman’s men are back in action om Saturday, February 5 when they head to Rotherham United (KO 3pm).