SATURDAY should have been the best day of Mark Durnan's Alloa career.

After powering two headers past a helpless Aaron Lennox, Alloa were two goals to the good with less than 15 minutes to hold on and secure their third win in four matches.

However, two late goals – both coming from cruel deflections – saw Montrose nick a last minute point to leave the skipper deflated.

Speaking to Advertiser Sport after the match, Durnan said: "Obviously [I'm] delighted to get my first goals in the match.

"I've been demanding a bit more from myself and [Steven] Boyd's put in a couple of good crosses and I've got on the end of them but it's disappointing when you're 2-0 up not to see the game out.

"I think they get a lucky deflection with the first one but the second one we've got to deal with it more, even in the build up to it, show a little more composure on the ball.

"We didn't and we've been punished. It's a sore one.

"Luckily enough in the last couple of weeks we've been scoring late goals and feeling the benefit of it but dropping two points is a sore one."

Despite the deflation of the result, Durnan says the team are becoming stronger as a unit but he still wants more.

He continued: "We've been a wee bit more solid [but] I still think we can do more as a team, I think I've only kept one clean sheet in the league so I'm disappointed in that, we need more clean sheets and that'll give us more chances of winning games.

"We are starting to gel as a team now, there's a lot of new players in that team that the manager's had to bring in so we just need to stick together and hopefully more will come but we are frustrated."

Alloa's unbeaten run now stands at four matches including two wins and two draws but Durnan wants a more consistent winning run.

He continued: "We definitely don't want to be losing matches and at home we want to be winning. We don't want to get sucked into winning one, drawing one – if we want to be up at the top end of the table we need to go on a consistent run of winning matches.

"That's two wins [and] two draws but we're just frustrated in the manner that [Saturday] ended."

The league table is still close and Durnan reiterated he wants the Wasps to be more consistent.

He said: "It's very tight, everybody's very well matched in the league, it is a strong league. It's very open to multiple teams so like I say it's all down to consistency and who's going to go on that run and pick up points.

"We've got Dumbarton at home next weekend so we need to take advantage of the home games."