ALLOA boss Peter Grant says there's more to come from his team after they recorded their first point of the season.

Following Friday night's 3-3 draw with Dundee, Grant said there's plenty of positives to take from the match.

Grant said: "Prior [to the match], one thing we spoke about is Charlie [Adam], we know he's got great quality with his delivery.

"I thought in the first five minutes we gave away six free-kicks. I'm not saying they were all free-kicks but that was disappointing.

"I thought Andy was excellent. As I say I think he had to be in the circumstances because I think we gave too many set-plays away."

Another harsh refereeing decision swung the match in Dundee's favour and Grant struggled to hide his frustration.

He said: "I think it's harsh. I don't know the rules because I see so many penalties being given and not given. I feel for the referees: I know I'm moaning every week.

"I feel hard done by on the penalty kick but I thought we caused our own problems, we should have seen the game out.

"When we go 3-1 up, Dundee should never get back in it."

Asked if he's disappointed not to take the three points after going 3-1 up, Grant replied: "Massively. We pride ourselves on keeping the ball but I feel in that period we turned it over too many times in good areas and gave silly set-plays away.

"I think that was the difference because in general play when the game was alive we played some really good stuff."

Despite just one point from a possible nine, Grant has been impressed with what he's seen and what he knows is still to come.

He continued: "I go to the first game of the season, Morton's had one shot on goal and scored. We get beat 1-0, we should have had a penalty in the first minutes of the game.

"They wee things go against you, [on Friday] I thought we shot ourselves in the foot.

"If I look at the games, 85 per cent of the three performances I've been delighted with, and I think there's more to come.

"I look around the squad and I've got the likes of [Stefan] Scougall sitting on the bench who I know is a top, top-quality player and I know he can change games for us, but it's just getting his fitness up.

"We don't want him to get injured because we think he's going to be a massive player for us as the season goes on.

"They were gutted to drop the points. But I could say that about the three games.

"Every game is a cup final for us because that's the way we've got to play, the boys give their maximum every single game but we have to learn from the small mistakes that are costing us dearly."