Tim Ream was frustrated that Fulham were held by a fourth draw in a row at Luton this afternoon but admitted the league leaders failed to create enough chances to win the game.

Former Fulham striker Elijah Adebayo’s second half header cancelled out Aleksandar Mitrovic’s 22nd goal of the season and the American admitted disappointment was the overriding emotion in the visiting dressing room after the final whistle. Ream told FFCTV:

“Frustrating from our point of view. I think we did some good things, but probably not enough over the course of the ninety minutes. We always knew it was going to be a difficult match. They are on a little bit of a good run now. It’s always tough coming here. We knew that would be a physical side and play a certain way. Unfortunately, we come away with one point. I don’t think after [the equaliser] there were that many clear cut chances and that’s the frustrating thing for us.

It’s difficult to put a run of games together where you are unbeaten. We’ve done that. The most frustrating thing is we know how good we can be. Winning seven on the bounce shows that. But four draws is not the form that we want to be on. We extend that lead at the top a little bit – albeit only one point. It’s something we’re looking at and something we’re going to try to rectify next Monday against Sheffield United.”