Charlton maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a stalemate 0-0 draw at Nottingham Forest.
But Addicks boss Guy Luzon said he was disappointed his side didn’t return home from the Midlands with a win.
The south-east London outfit had the best chances to score with two headers from Simon Makienok flying over the crossbar in the first 45 minutes.
Forest’s keeper then saved the day as the match drew to a close to again deny Makienok a place on the score sheet before stopping a late effort from Patrick Bauer.
Luzon told Charlton Athletic’s website : “I’m very disappointed because we deserved to win the game and take the three points.
“We played very well and were very organised in defence. In offense we had a lot of chances to score and to win the game.
“Especially in the second half, we played positive football on the ground, had good combinations and had good chances to score.
“The positive side is we came to another away game and tried to influence, play our football and try to win the game.”
The Addicks next face promotion hopefuls Hull at The Valley on Saturday, August 22. Kick off 3pm.