The Whites boss believes that his side created enough chances to deserve three points from the League One clash, having hit the woodwork twice.
"We had enough of the game to have won it. The two that have hit the post were fantastic strikes. We just didn't get the breaks on the day," he told BBC Sport.
"We looked a lot more solid and moved the ball well. There's something to build on, and overall it was pleasing, but it's disappointing that we couldn't take the three points."
The result leaves Tranmere in 18th place in League One, level on points with Stevenage in 15th.