ALLOA boss Peter Grant believes his side should have been "out of sight" on Saturday against Inverness.

The game ended in a draw but Alloa had a number of good chances in the first half and, had they taken those chances, would have left Inverness Caley Thistle with no chance of getting back into the match.

However, Grant says he's not disappointed as he was impressed by his team's performance.

He said: "I think that's probably been the story of the season at times: We have a lot of the ball, created chances, missed them, but I always say I'd rather be playing that way and missing chances as long as you're getting them.

"That's important, we should have scored with another couple of chances, but I'm not disappointed.

"Maybe I'm being biased but we should have been out of sight. A couple of opportunities [for them] came from errors from us being on the front foot, but I don't think there was any period in the game where we were under severe pressure in any shape or form and that's great credit to the boys for the way they played.

"It's another game we're disappointed in dropping two points."

Despite being bottom of the table, Alloa played with a lot of confidence on Saturday, and Grant admits that's down to the character of the player he has at the club.

He said: "I'm delighted in the way they go about their business, it's the hardest way to play especially when you're down the bottom of the league and they showed great courage and that's the thing that keeps them going."

Striker Innes Cameron scored his fourth Alloa goal and Grant says he's been a real asset to the team.

"I've been delighted with him and his attitude too," Grant continued. "He's a credit to Kilmarnock and I think he's improved in the period he's been here.

"He knows the areas he needs to get into to score goals, he's disappointed he missed his other opportunity.

"But I said to him that's what good strikers do, they'll maybe score one or two but they'll miss three or four.

"I'm delighted with him, he's been a great asset for us and he deserves it for the type of kid he is."

Last Sunday marked one year since Alloa were last watched by a crowd and Grant says he can't wait for the day supporters are back inside the stadium.

He continued: "It's very difficult, even if it's one man and his dog, you're representing them.

"Managers, players, coaches or whatever are passing through. Supporters are always supporting their club.

"It's sadly missed and I can't wait until they're back."