However, he'd have happily swapped it for a win.
"Always happy to score but just disappointed that we didn't get the win in the end. But when we look back on it, we'll see that we came away with two points so it could have been worse."
Gloucester were only just edged out by 33 points to 29, and were left to reflect upon a number of chances that weren't converted.
"We could have scored a few more points in the first half when we were a bit more on top. We weren't as clinical as we'd like to be and they capitalised on our mistakes.
"But the boys gave everything. We've worked really hard on team spirit and never giving up and I think we showed that out there today. We can honestly say that we went for it right until the very end.
"The boys who came off the bench made a real impact which is what we want them to do. To get those two tries at the end was a real lift."
Worcester are next up for the Cherry and Whites, in a clash under the Friday night lights at Kingsholm (kick off 7:45pm), a tough ask at the end of a short week.
"We've got a short turnaround so it'll be a tough week and we won't really be able to work on that much.
"We'll just have to get our recovery in, do a couple of day's training and try and get a few little things right, be a bit more clinical."