Wexford manager Darragh Egan preferred to focus on the positives following his side's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final loss to Clare.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the Slaneysiders' season was ended by a late Banner rally, the Tipperary native noted: "We had a 16-game run this year and we only lost three games. There's not too many counties that can say that.
"But ultimately we finished the year with no silverware. It was on us that we weren't in the Leinster final, that was a Leinster title that we could have competed for properly. So that one was on us.
"Again today we're bitterly disappointed we didn't get over the line because we came here thinking we were going to beat Clare today and we were very confident we were going to beat them.
"Unfortunately a few things didn't go our way and that's not the way it panned out."Tweet