KENNY Jackett felt a lack of width was Millwall's Achilles heel during their bore draw with Ipswich Town at The Den on Easter Monday.
The Lions huffed and puffed against the Tractor Boys, with Rob Hulse and Jermaine Easter spurning good chances to win it, but Jackett's side were forced to settle for a point.
"I felt that we had the better of the chances – Ipswich had a couple but we had more, and more that were clear-cut," Jackett said. "We're unbeaten in three but the gap to the bottom three has closed.
"Over the Bank Holiday weekend we've got four points out of six, which is a good return – probably the wrong way around in terms of home and away.
"I thought we lacked width. Early on in the game we passed the ball well and switched the play, but we lacked someone that could go past people one-on-one.
"I should have introduced Liam Feeney a little bit earlier because he had a positive effect when he came on. We didn't stretch Ipswich enough, there was a lot of play in the middle of the field.
"From Easter's point of view, I probably should have put him up front a bit earlier because he was the one that kept getting loose and that's where he wants to play.
"Rob Hulse had one good chance and Shane Lowry's excellent free-kick hit the post, but Jermaine could have had a longer run in terms of playing closer to the goal."