KARL Robinson was left scratching his head after Oxford United only claimed a point from a lively clash with Wycombe Wanderers.

The visitors carved out the lion's share of the chances as Adams Park, but could find no way through in a goalless draw to stay second bottom in Sky Bet League One.

Robinson felt they were denied a clear penalty on Sam Smith late on and was left puzzled by other refereeing decisions.

Overall the U's boss felt his side had done more than enough to win the game, but could not criticise any other side of the performance.

He said: "I honestly don’t know what went on here today.

"We were by far the better team. We had 65 per cent possession, 22 chances created to their four, but we’ve not scored. There’s the problem.

"That’s more like a team I would want to watch every week.

"It’s six games and one defeat. The table doesn’t show how far we’ve come in that short space of time, but I can’t ask any more from my players."

Robinson did though have plenty of praise for their hosts, whose staff helped when Cameron Brannagan was stretchered off.

The game was held up for almost ten minutes and there was concern about a neck injury, but the initial diagnosis was encouraging and he has been awake and talking in hospital.

Robinson said: "The people behind the scenes, the manager, their stewards and first aid team are one of the best.

"The way they helped with Cameron Brannagan I want to thank them personally from everyone at Oxford United.

"They were impeccable and the players’ welfare is the most important thing."

Luke Garbutt came into the starting line-up and although the performance did not deliver three points, the full back was upbeat.

He said: "They are renowned for having a physical side to their play and I thought we dealt with it really well.

"From our point of view keeping a clean sheet was great.

"At the moment it’s not quite going our way, but we’ve just got to keep going. It was massively positive."