Castleford Tigers coach Ian Millward has claimed that he is "extremely disappointed" with his players following Sunday's defeat at Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League.
The Tigers were narrowly beaten 26-22 at New Craven Park as they suffered their sixth loss of the campaign.
"We are not coming to places to play close games, we're coming to places to win and we're extremely disappointed to lose," Millward told Sky Sports News.
"I was extremely disappointed with our kicking game. It was one of the worst kicking games I've seen in a long while.
"We put ourselves under a lot of pressure with the way we kicked today and I was surprised with how close the game was."
The defeat has seen Castleford slip to 13th place in the Super League table.