Sturrock- Penalty Decision Fired Us Up
Sturrock said: "My players are adamant there was no contact and I shall have to study the video of the incident because nothing was clear.
"In a strange sort of way it fired us up but everyone in the stadium thought the referee had awarded a free-kick for us rather than a penalty.
"But it gave us this edge and I think we deserved to equalise and overall I think a draw was a fair result.
"I was very pleased with our first-half performance. We worked in training to be more offensive and to get into the right areas, but I would imagine it was a match spectators would have enjoyed.
"It was by no means an end of season stalemate and, bearing in mind our long list of injuries, I have to be satisfied with getting a point against one of the form teams in the division.
"Niemi made some unbelievable saves but then he does that all the time. He has a contract with us and we are very pleased with him so we want him to stay.
"We have not had any contact from any other clubs so I think you will find all this talk of Arsenal is his agent phoning around."Sturrock aims to look at striker Brett Ormerod over the final two matches of the season to give him some idea if the ex-Blackpool man will figure in his plans for next season.
Sturrock added: "Ormerod would have got his chance earlier but Beattie and Phillips have both been so hot. But they understand what I need to do and are right behind me.
"The season may be dead for us apart from chasing prize money but my main aim is to get together the players I want for next season and working towards the way I want to play."