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Luton boss Mick Harford lamented the lack of a finishing touch after seeing his side held to a 0-0 draw at Lincoln.

The Hatters, desperate for victory in their battle to stay in the Football League, dominated the clash but could not find the net.

And Harford, whose side could be relegated on Monday, said: "I am disappointed with the result but the performance was up there with some of the best we have played this season."

He added: "We totally dominated Lincoln from start to finish. We created all kinds of chances but the final pass and the final shot just weren't there.

"Lincoln never looked like scoring. They never really threatened us. Their best player was their goalkeeper in terms of the way he set up attacks.

"It was a game we should have won and we have now got to win every game. We've just got to do what we can do."

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