Swindon boss Andy King has warned against writing off his side's chances of making the Division Two play-off final.
King's side trail 1-0 going into the second leg at Brighton but he pledged: "There are goals in this side."
"We're a goal down but not out of it, we could go to Brighton and do the same as they did to us.
"We hit the woodwork twice and had no luck, and it wasn't our day today, but maybe it will be on Thursday."
King bemoaned Swindon's luck which saw his side hit the woodwork twice and then trail to Richard Carpenter's heavily deflected goal.
"Football isn't fair. Brighton had elements of luck.
"We hit the bar twice and their deflection goes in. We haven't had the luck that we deserve.
"But we went there earlier in the season and were unlucky to come away with a draw.
"We were winning until Leon Knight got a late penalty so it doesn't bother us going there.
"I would rather go there with a 1-0 lead, but I don't think they have got any big advantage."