Barnet boss Darren Currie felt his side were “not good enough” despite coming back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home to Woking on Saturday.

Ben Gerring and Mark Shelton put the visitors ahead, but Mauro Vilhete pulled one back before Ephron Mason-Clarke completed the comeback in the 96th minute.

Despite showing character, Currie wasn’t happy with the end result and told his players not to get carried away.

He told the club website: “I just said to them in there, don’t get too carried away with coming back and getting a point. We showed a little bit of character to get ourselves a point but it’s not good enough.

“We started the game well and had a couple of chances, a couple of shots, we started the game positively. [Dan] Sweeney gives away another cheap free-kick and it’s a problem for us at the minute, set-pieces. I could sense that our set-up was incorrect, Junior [Lewis] had set us up in a particular way for free-kicks and he’s taken responsibility for it which I give him credit for but however we’re set up I need more people with a bigger heart and more desire to get the first touch to set-pieces and we didn’t.

“To make matters worse, we started the second half not great and find ourselves 2-0 down. Then all of a sudden it sparks us into a little bit of urgency in what we do, there’s a little bit of life about us and we’re starting to play forward more.”

Having lost at home to Bromley in the week prior to this game, it means the Bees have taken one point from a possible six in their last two home games.

They had sat sixth in the table before the two matches but drop to 10th as a result, and Currie has urged his players to show more consistency in order to start climbing the table again.

He said: “It’s been flat at home in the last couple of games. It’s a tough one because I know they’re a decent group and I will continue to back them but there are times where they seriously let themselves and myself down.

“We show glimpses of really good play but it’s not going to get us very far if it’s only glimpses. We need to be consistent for 90 minutes back to back, four, five, six, seven games. I’m really disappointed that we’ve only taken a point today.”

Barnet take a break from National League action this coming Saturday when they travel to Potters Bar Town in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round, and Currie insists they won’t take the game lightly and will play the game as they would any other.

He said: “It’s a game that I want us to win. I want us to play the way I want us to play, irrespective of the opponent. It’s going to be tough. They’ll be up for it; we’ve got to be up for it. I’ll pick a team that I’m confident will go on to win the game.

“I won’t take it lightly because I value the competition too much and I enjoyed the journey that we went on last year. We’ll be going there fully focussed with as strong a side as I can pick.”