Gavin Gunning was left frustrated to come away with nothing after he felt his Swindon Town team had dominated Walsall in their 2-1 defeat.

Mo Faal headed Walsall into the lead in the opening ten minutes as the hosts turned up the heat, before Paul Glatzel levelled with his fifth goal in six games in the second half.

With Swindon looking the more likely, in the 90th minute Danny Johnson popped up off the bench to volley home the winner for the Saddlers.

Gunning felt that apart from the opening period of the game, Swindon had been the better side and was disappointed not to come away with anything from the game.

He said: "When you dominate like that [it is frustrating not to win], it is just where we need improvements, the physical part does us twice there.

"We have dominated most of the game there, for the first 15 to 20 minutes they were the better side and then after that we have totally dominated.

"We get done by a long ball there at the end, it is frustrating but I am really happy with the boys and how they performed today, they have done themselves proud.

"We need to physically be better, we concede too many goals from set plays but that is just about being braver, going to win the ball, and committing to what you are doing.

"We got on the ball and started dominating, cutting them open, moving it side-to-side quickly.

"We were too slow early and invited them down, which is when they jumped on us and that is how they had their spell when they transitioned quickly into attack.

"That performance was fantastic, with the result we were very disappointed and everyone is low in there, but the performance was fantastic.

"Frazer driving forward and Conor, Harley when he came on, and Joel was fantastic, there were too many great performances tonight to name."

It was a key night for two young academy prospects for Swindon as McGregor made his first league start and 16-year-old Harley Hunt was handed his professional debut off the bench in place of the injured Tom Brewitt.

Gunning heaped praise on their pair of them for their performances on the night and what they could do in the future.

He said: "Their left wing-back is decent and Joel pinned him down, he was running the other way and he was a constant threat for us. I am really proud of him.

"Harley is only 16 years old, I can't imagine there are too many 16-year-olds out there playing in League Two.

"He has done really well, he has got to learn from it and that second phase when it comes down and you have to react, but his performance was fantastic.

"His composure for a 16-year-old was unbelievable and he is a physical specimen as well.

"He is going to be a proper player, there is no doubt about it, we just need to nurture him and improve him as a player."