John Still hailed 'a satisfying few days' for Dagenham & Redbridge as they collected four points from two games in their bid to survive relegation.

At the weekend the Daggers claimed a 2-0 victory over Macclesfield Town before travelling to Barnet on Tuesday night.

A goal from Mickey Spillane had put Still’s side ahead but five minutes later the Bees fought back and levelled through Izale McLeod.

Shortly before half time the Daggers were denied a penalty as Medy Elito was hauled over in the box by Michael Hector. The referee rejected the appeals and the two sides went in level at the break.

The clash certainly wasn’t a game for the purists but Dagenham once again took the lead thanks to a looping header from Scott Doe.

Had the Daggers held on, a victory would have been enough to move out of the relegation zone. But, with 12 minutes remaining, the ball dropped invitingly for Ben May 30 yards out and the striker sent a looping half volley past Chris Lewington.

A point didn’t help either side move away from danger and after the match, Still gave his view of the penalty decision that could’ve made the difference.

"People were saying it was a definite penalty and I saw it myself. The defender has come in from the side and not got the ball at all.

He added: "It was a 100 per cent penalty. But we didn’t get it and now we have to move on."

Still has entered the loan market this week to bring former Dagger John Akinde and defender Charlie Wassmer into the club until the end of the season.

Speaking after the Barnet match the Daggers boss didn’t rule out bringing in another loanee before the window closes today.

He said: "I’ll wait till tomorrow (Wednesday) because we have a habit at this club of players getting injured. We will have a look at it but it is an area (centre midfield) that we have to look at."