KEVIN Bond's wait for a clean sheet at Southend United continues after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Dagenham & Redbridge.

Brandon Goodship's first goal in Shrimpers colours put the visitors in front at Victoria Road.

But Reece Grant's equaliser ensured the game ended even and made it 11 games without a defensive shut-out for a frustrated Bond.

"We got the goal we wanted but then gave such a poor goal away from nowhere," said Bond.

"It kills your momentum in the game and kills everything really.

"These individual errors are costing us dearly and it's tougher to win a game if you can’t keep a clean sheet.

"It’s disappointing and ongoing on but we’ll look at it and try to address it."

However, Bond was satisfied with other areas of the display.

"It was a good work out and a good test," said Bond.

"We played well in the first half and controlled the ball well. We made a lot of changes in the second half and it becomes difficult but we got from it what we wanted other than the injuries."