Craig Levein was delighted with his Scotland team after they managed to defeat Lithuania 1-0 at Hampden Park last night.
The result kept Scotlandâ€™s Euro2012 qualification hopes alive as it put them within two points of play-off rivals Czech Republic with both sides having two games remaining.
Steven Naismithâ€™s 50th minute strike proved to be the difference between Scotland and Lithuania but Levein insisted that his side quite rightly recorded maximum points.
"I was pleased and I think we deserved to win the game,â€ť he said.
"But I would rather be in a better position. I go back to Saturday (2-2 draw with Czechs) and I am still angry about that.
"We played a good game and with minutes left we were in the position to win the game and it was taken out of our hands."
Scotland next meet Liechtenstein away on October 8 â€“ one day after Czech Republic take on group leader Spain â€“ before a crunch match with the Spaniards on the 11th, the same day as Czech clash with Lithuania.