Failure to win for Rosler's men leaves them seven points adrift of a play-off spot, currently occupied by Reading in sixth, but the German boss will be hoping the Latics can take full advantage of their two games in hand.
"Before the game I would have taken a point," the former Brentford manager said.
"And we started slowly and did not play well in the first half.
"But in the second half we played much better and so I was disappointed because we had the better of the game and had the chances to win.
"In the end we are disappointed to only take one point."
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