Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson is hoping his side's improved second-half display in a goalless home draw against Doncaster Rovers can turn their season around.Posh collected their first home point for more than two months in a hard-fought stalemate at the ABAX Stadium.
Ferguson, who side are still two points off the Play-Off places, said: "I felt we deserved to win the game and were slightly unfortunate not to manage to do that.
"We upped the urgency and the tempo after the break and the fans were behind us.
"We built an atmosphere through our performance in the second half, but we just couldn't find the final touch to put the ball in the net.
"We have a break now, which gives us the chance to assess the season so far and look at where we need to improve.
"We've picked up 31 points so far and we'll need to improve on that in the second half of the season as 62 points won't be enough to get us in the Play-Offs.
"The run we have been on has been really disappointing and frustrating. We showed enough signs that we can get out of it with a few tweaks here and there."