"We're disappointed to have conceded a goal because I've seen the television angles on it and it doesn't show the actual foul take place," he said after the 1-1 draw.
"What it does show you is Lucas Neill stumbling in a way which is very obviously a push in the back. That's what my eyes told me at the time, that's what I believe happened and from that they've equalised.
"I didn't think it was a goal at the time. It should have been a foul, but as the manager of Blackburn Rovers you would expect me to say that.
"But I think that's just a fitting end to what has been a frustrating season."