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Western Sydney Wanderers defender Scott Jamieson says his side was the better team, despite going down to Sydney FC 1-0 on Saturday night.

The Wanderers now sit bottom of the table with just one point from the opening three rounds.

However, Jamieson said that the Wanderers "deserved better" from the match.

"We didn't deserve to lose one bit and that should be pretty clear to anyone who watched the game. We're not feeling sorry for ourselves, or anything like that, but didn't deserve to lose. We should have taken at least a point and probably all three," he said.

"In saying that, I'd still rather say we were outplayed, got lucky and had three points to show for our efforts. It's one of those things that happens and it's just so disappointing.

"But we're on the right track and it will come good for us, don't worry about that. It's only round three and we'll get a lot better, I'm 100 per cent on that.

"He (coach Tony Popovic) just told us, 'Keep believing, keep believing'. He said he felt our hurt, that we didn't deserve it, but there was no point dwelling on it.

"He said we need to back it up at training on Tuesday with a strong session, then another strong week in the build-up for our next game."

The Wanderers next face Perth Glory at Pirtek Stadium on Sunday afternoon.