Derby County full back Craig Forsyth felt the Rams dropped two points against Huddersfield Town as a late Harry Toffolo saw the Terriers earn a 1-1 draw at Pride Park Stadium.

Tom Lawrence had given the Rams the lead on the hour mark with a fine strike from 25 yards which left Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl helpless.

Derby did have chances to extend their lead, however, with only 10 minutes of the game remaining, Toffolo managed to squeeze the ball into the back of the net to ensure the points were shared.

“It’s two points dropped when you look at it,” Forsyth told RamsTV. “With 10 minutes left and being 1-0 up, we should see the game out.

“It wasn’t the easiest conditions but it is the same for both teams and we just have to get on with it.

“That’s why we tried to keep it on the floor, pass it around, play it side to side and I think we did that well without really taking our chances and being ruthless.

“We felt in control when we scored and a moment switching off is all it takes. It’s a poor goal for us to lose and we have thrown away two points.”

Lawrence’s goal was his seventh of the campaign, adding to his two against the Terriers on the first day of the Sky Bet Championship season.

It was also his second goal in his last three games, and whilst Forsyth was pleased to see the ball hit the back of the net, his overriding feeling was one of disappointment, as the Rams failed to make the goal count.

“It was a well-worked set piece and we have seen in recent weeks when Tom hits it from there it has to be a good goalkeeper to save it,” Forsyth said.

“We didn’t really capitalise and get the second goal which would have killed the game off. We had a couple of chances and we didn’t take them and it’s come back to bite us.”