The point secured in Hertfordshire extended our unbeaten sequence to seven games, not to mention four clean sheets in a row, but the powerful and popular central defender suggested he could not quite pinpoint the mood in the dressing room. Pleased over a point won, or disappointed over two dropped...
"It is a little bit of both, I suppose," reflected Daws. Of course we are disappointed we didn't win because we had some good chances but, on the other hand, you look back to early in the game and Watford created a couple of good openings.
"We want the three points in every game so we are not happy, but it is another clean sheet. That is pleasing and as a defender and back five unit it is what you want. It is winning games that really matters though," he added, before looking back on what was a tough examination on the day.
"It was difficult and we know we've been in a game. I haven't seen the goal that was disallowed again yet and they will be disappointed with that, but we move on to a big European game on Thursday.
"It will be different against Club Brugge, sometimes you can get sucked into the way other teams play and maybe we did that a little bit against Watford. It is a hard place to come and we will now get back to work and try to get another three points in Europe."
Michael Dawson said it was a case of mixed feelings following the 0-0 draw against Watford at Vicarage Road.