Stockport County manager Simon Rusk was keen to remain upbeat following a frustrating goalless draw at home to Aldershot Town.

County had the lion’s share of the attempts and saw John Rooney’s penalty saved by Shots goalkeeper Mitch Walker in the closing minutes of the National League encounter.

Hatters boss Rusk told the club’s YouTube channel: “Obviously without analysing the game and watching it back, I think it was a dominant one from our point of view. Probably done enough to win the game, without getting the moment which won us the game.

“That’s one of them days, really happy with the clean sheet, and going into the game, we knew Aldershot had a threat and they’ve got goals in them, and the stats would back that up. We created enough to win the game and we got a clean sheet, so we’ve got to take the positives with that and move on, take it into Tuesday.”

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