Both teams created chances but neither could find the breakthrough.
Staughton said: “I think 0-0 was probably the right result. We didn’t create enough chances.
“We played well in the first half but in the second half we just took our foot off the pedal a little bit.
“It wasn’t complacency. I think we were just waiting for that last minute winner again and it wasn’t to be.
“It was a good defensive display. Billy [Collings, Heath keeper] played well and the back four were solid. We weren’t really troubled but we just aren’t creating enough chances at the moment.
“I’d be more worried if we weren’t creating a thing but we are creating some chances, albeit they’re not clear cut chances.
“It’s a play-off performance, but I wouldn’t say it was a promotion performance. There’s more to come certainly.”
The Blues drew a second blank in as many days in their 0-0 draw at Corinthian on Monday.
The results leaves Heath occupying the final play-off place but Shaun Saunders’ side are now five points behind leaders Hastings United.
Defender Sinn Christie said Heath should be winning games against teams like Corinthian.
He said: “We should be beating teams like this, so we just feel a little bit disappointed. But it’s another point on the board, and something to build on I suppose.”
This Saturday sees the Blues welcome Ramsgate in a massive game in the race for the play-offs.
The Rams sit a place and a point behind Heath following their 3-2 home loss against second-placed Ashford United on bank holiday Monday.
Christie added: “I think, as a team, we turn up and do a lot better against the better teams. We’ll be ready for them.
“We’ll all prepare right this week, train well and we’ve got them at home with hopefully a big crowd again.
“We’ve already beaten them. They’ll be a challenge, but I feel like we will get the job done.”