Reading stuttered to a 0-0 draw against Burton Albion.

Here is immediate reaction from boss Ruben Selles.

Selles on the draw

Any frustration, if it comes, comes because we didn’t score the chances that we had. I think we can create more, but we created enough to be on top of the game. We made the game we wanted to make, and we created the situations that we wanted. We need to be more ruthless in the final third, supporting the boys with some different solutions. It was a game we should win.

That was my feeling. I don’t think they had one shot on target or one situation to score a goal other than a couple of times from a throw-in. We didn’t create a lot of massive chances, but we created enough to score one or two.

Selles on making five changes

It was a little bit of both. A response from the game on Saturday and the week of training some of them had, and we had a situation at right-back with Amadou and Yids. Amadou had a little injury in the game against Blackpool so he will be six weeks out. Yiadom was not available to train until yesterday, so we decided not to start with him.

Selles on protest

I don’t think it affected the momentum of the game. I don’t like to get used to it. I understand the protest, but I would like to play the game in a normal format. Today the referee from the very start decided we needed to come in, so that is another half-time period. We need to adapt and adjust into that. I would not like to get used to that, because it means we are still in the situation that we are not completely orientated in our target.

Selles on Tom McIntyre

He is feeling well. It was more the stitches in his head and falling on his shoulder, so it is a possible concussion but not confirmed. It doesn’t look like he is going to be available for the Northampton game, but he will be available after that.

Selles on Caylan Vickers

He is sick. He came in yesterday with a temperature and had some virus, so he was not selectable today. Clinton was my decision.