Birmingham boss Alex McLeish felt his side had enough clear cut opportunities to win the derby against Aston Villa rather than settle for a 1-1 draw at St Andrews. The Blues chief was also bemoaning another penalty claim, this time rejected by referee Mark Clattenburg.
McLeish said: "It was probably a fair result overall. We have come a long way in a couple of years in terms of these derby games and the results.
"Had we been a bit more clinical at 1-0, we would have seen it through.
"Craig Gardner had a wonderful chance with a volley which he put wide and he is a guy you would normally want and trust in that situation.
"Brad Friedel also made a great save at that point from Matt Derbyshire and we had the chance to turn the screw.
"But we allowed Villa to come back into it, and gave away a few unnecessary free-kicks and I was disappointed with the build-up to their equaliser.
"But the shot from Collins was not even on target before it hit someone and was deflected in."
McLeish said: "I don't even claim for those now. I've got to be dignified after a game and the referee has got a tough job.
"But their guy (Albrighton) has caught the legs of our guy (Murphy) and I've certainly seen those given against us."
He said: "With Keane, it is in the early stages and we will see what happens. With Miller, we are now waiting on an answer."