The Welsh winger felt that Spurs' larger share of possession and attacking efforts merited more than a solitary point but now looks ahead to Boxing Day's clash with Aston VillaTottenham winger Gareth Bale feels that Saturday's 0-0 draw with Stoke City was not a true reflection of their performance.
The Potters frustrated Andre Villas-Boas' men with their ninth clean sheet of the season despite Spurs having over five times as many shots on goal.
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"They didn't have too many chances, we had most of the possession and most of the opportunities.
"It was a bit disappointing not to get the win because we deserved it overall but it's a point, we move on and we now look to Aston Villa [on Boxing Day]."
Next opponents Villa were battered 8-0 by Chelsea on Sunday but had previously been on a six-game unbeaten run and Bale observed: "[Manager] Paul Lambert has done really well.
"He's built a new team and they are gelling together well and starting to play some good stuff now.
"It will be difficult, as it always is at Villa Park, but it's a game we’re looking forward to and we'll aim to get the three points."