ALLOA captain Andy Graham says the Wasps must make sure they don't give the opposition any gifts in the future.

After clawing the game back to 2-1 and then 3-2, the Clacks side conceded two late goals as Raith Rovers ran away 5-2 winners on a horrible winter's day at the Indodrill.

Graham told Advertiser Sport: "We're under no illusions, it was poor in terms of losing five goals at home. That's the most disappointing thing.

"We knew going out in the second half, under the conditions, if we got a goal we would be back in the game. So it proved, but once we score the goals to make it 2-1 and 3-2, we don't stay in the game long enough to then put the amount of pressure on that we want to by losing silly goals.

"That's myself obviously culpable as well so that's the disappointing thing from our point of view, but it's done now and I always say this after a bad result, or a good result, it doesn't mean anything, that's it done.

"We need to move on because there's a game [last night against Dundee], the most important thing is to move on to that."

Despite being 2-0 down at half-time, Alloa managed to make a game out of it in the second half and the scoreline doesn't reflect a match which, until the last five minutes, was still hanging in the balance.

Graham continued: "You're always disappointed to lose goals as a defender, that's the frustrating thing. The goals were self-inflicted, in my opinion, so that's something we've got to take on board as players and rectify that and make sure we don't give the opposition any gifts."

There were strong shouts for an Alloa penalty when Graham appeared to head the ball against a Raith arm around the hour mark with Raith two goals up however Graham knows the defending has got to be better.

He continued: "At the end of the day, regardless of that we've lost five goals and that's what we've got to rectify. It's as simple as that: you can't lose five goals and win a game of football. That's the disappointing thing from our point of view."