Darren Currie feels that his Barnet side need to be quicker at getting over the disappointment of conceding goals.

The boss thought that his side looked too down after conceding Kane Smith’s equaliser in the 2-2 draw against Boreham Wood and that they only perked up again once Tyrone Marsh had put the visitors into the lead.

Strikes from Callum Reynolds and Paul McCallum, though, preserved a point for the Bees.

After the game, Currie said: “I thought it was the least we deserved, to be honest. I thought we were very good in the first half. They started better than us in the second half.

“I’ve just spoken to them about it and I’ve seen it creep into us on too many occasions recently. We had a little 10 minute spell after they equalized where we felt too sorry for ourselves. I see people looking at the floor and that’s where I need people to get over disappointment quick and go again.

“It was only really when we went 2-1 behind that I felt we started to have a go again and we can’t be like that.”

Despite the disappointment of only picking up a point, Currie was happy that his team were able to switch up their style as the current state of the pitch at The Hive did not allow them to play their usual passing football.

He said: “I’ve been in charge for 15 months now and I’ve been installing in them every single minute of every day about passing and keeping the ball and switching play and being clever.

“Because the surface won’t allow us to do that we’ve had to really change our style. We suffered on Saturday from trying to change our style and we didn’t adapt very well, but in the space of three days I think they’ve learnt quickly, adapted to the pitch and played the pitch a hell of a lot better tonight.”