Spurs Women boss Rehanne Skinner said she was disappointed to see her side fail to make the most of their chances as they were beaten 3-0 at home by Arsenal, but that there were some encouraging signs from their performance.

Speaking to the club website after the defeat, she Skinner described the defeat as “frustrating” as Tottenham made it seven games without a win.

“We’re continuing to create chances in games and I think we’ve done that again in the second half today,” she said. “I think for us we could have been a little bit more on the front foot, in terms of our out of possession shape, towards the end of the first half in particular and then obviously that showed when we forced a few errors in the second half.

“I think those are positives to take from it and that’s something that we want to work on moving forward.

“Obviously it’s frustrating, but we continued to try for that and we kept working throughout. For me, seeing the players’ reaction to that is really positive, showing a lot of character and keeping pushing in those situations and forcing mistakes that we definitely could’ve scored from.”