Karl Robinson was delighted with Oxford United's display in the 2-2 draw at home to Doncaster Rovers.

But the U's boss was frustrated his side did not get the result his side's performance deserved.

Jon Marquis put the visitors in front early on, but Marcus Browne quickly levelled.

United had the ball in the net three times in six minutes at the start of the second half, but only James Henry's strike counted as Jerome Sinclair and Henry had other efforts disallowed for offside and handball respectively.

Nico Jones scored an own goal on his full debut to level the scores again.

But Robinson saw plenty of positives.

"We played some really good stuff today - some fantastic football at times - against a team who are going to finish sixth in the league," he said.

"The goal was not offside and the handball was not a handball, so from that point of view it is very frustrating.

"But we look such a good team at the moment.

"Some of our play, passing and movement was first class.

"It is just unfortunate we could not get the win I felt our play deserved to give the fans a win in the last home game of the season."

He added: "The supporters have been fantastic.

"For four months it was not good enough on the pitch, but they have really stuck by us.

"We are all so grateful to them for that."