Waddock was unhappy despite seeing his team snatch a point in the last minute of time added on against Maidstone United.
Jim Kellermann saved the day with a goal in the 93rd minute and the manager refused to say his team deserves the last minute salvation.
Waddock’s frustration stemmed from how impressively his team took Woking apart on Boxing Day.
They head to Kingfield on New Year’s Day and the boss has to be see more from his side.
“When you compare the performance to how we played against Woking you can’t, it was poles apart,” said the boss.
“They say football is a cruel game - it certainly was for Maidstone. Credit to them and the way they went about their game, but we have taken a point from nowhere really.
“I wasn’t pleased with the performance, I wanted more, but we are having to deal with a number of issues. Losing defenders a few minutes into the game makes things difficult.
“We lost Callum Reynolds going into the game, and Will Evans just after the match starts is not ideal - it’s never ending a the minute.
“We’re having to reshuffle all the time but I have to give great credit to the players who have come in.”
Shots form is up and down but their far from impressive draw in the early kick off eventually took them up into second place.
It’s Woking next, part two of their big derby game and having been so conclusive on Boxing Day more of the same is needed.
“We know what it means to the fans to win at Woking,” said Waddock. “There’s no turnaround time but we’re all in the same boat.
“But we know it will be a different game and we need to be ready for the challenge.”