Zander Fagerson admits he was "gutted" by the decision not to award Scotland a try at the death against France.
The hosts were denied by an inconclusive last-minute try review at Murrayfield.
"Just absolutely gutted," the Scotland prop admitted. "We saw the ball on the line on the big screen. Just really disappointed. It was a try. But it's one of these things.
"I was in the ruck before. I saw the momentum, saw him go over the line. I was buzzing for [Sam Skinner]. I watched the big screen, saw in black and white that the ball was on the ground. I was waiting for the referee to call the try.
"They did deliberate for quite a long time. I'm just disappointed. That's two weeks in a row that we've had a try in the last play in the game, but haven't had the rub of the green for either. They've both looked like tries but we'll get our reviews from the refs in the next week.
"There's a few things we could have done better. That kick chase battle - as a forward, it's nice to watch Finn kick while I just stand there in the middle. It was a scrappy game, but we had a foothold and we couldn't finish it off. I'm really disappointed with that scrum in the last five minutes of the first half. I felt he [referee Nic Berry] got that one wrong, but one of those things.
"Just gutted we couldn't get the job done, but I'm proud of the boy's effort. We played a full 80 minute performance. It wasn't perfect, but we can build on that and hopefully get stuck into England in two weeks.
"We're playing the right game plan, getting in the right areas, but we have to be clinical. That's international rugby, small margins. You miss a clear out, a jackal, a split second late to a tackle. We have to be patient in the finish zone and make sure we come away with points. We showed glimpses today of what we can do and we're full of confidence."