BURTON Albion boss Nigel Clough felt his side should have won by more than the 3-2 score-line at Southend United.

The Brewers ended a run of six games without a victory by claiming all three points at Roots Hall.

But Clough thought Burton should have scored more.

“We deserved the victory and I’m just a bit frustrated it got so close at the end because for most of the game our play was good enough to be more than one goal clear,” said Clough.

“The conditions made it difficult but I though we got the ball down and played pretty well for the vast majority of the game. “We created enough opportunities to score more than three goals.

“We were comfortable in the first half but a glaring error from Kieran O’Hara let them back in the game and we had to go again.”