"I felt we dominated the second half but when they got the odd breakaway, I started saying to myself 'God, what is going to happen?
"In situations like that, it is not unnatural. In sudden death matches, it only needs a deflection or a corner and there is nothing you can do about it. That is the kind of drama that can unfold in these type of games. The Conference should be pleased with itself, particularly in the Midlands, because of the job they have done. Burton deserved their draw last week, no question about it, but it was the type of result the competition needed.
"The FA Cup has been pretty stagnant over the last couple of years. When you see the TV programmes going back over old cup shocks they show you Hereford v Newcastle, Sutton v Coventry and Wrexham v Arsenal. The last one of those was in 1992, 13 years ago. If we are subject to that type of criticism because of it, then I am sorry, the FA Cup can do that to you. It is a sudden-death competition which there are no laws."