The interim manager felt his side gave everything during their 1-1 draw against Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium and would have come away with all three points with better finishing.
Shaun Harrad was guilty of one of the misses of the season when shooting over an open goal in the first half and the visitors had to be content with a share of the points.
"To be fair Matt Harrold came over to me at the end and admitted he caught Richard, albeit unintentionally and I have no problem with that. These things happen in football.
"My lads responded really well to the setbacks and anyone watching could see that they are giving their all.
"When we start hitting the back of the net regularly we will fly up the League Two table. I don't know whether the ball bobbled for the big chance we missed in the first half, but we need to take more of our opportunities."
Rovers were gifted a fourth-minute lead when Beeley mistimed his challenge on Eliot Richards to concede a penalty, which John-Joe O'Toole fired high into the roof of the net.
But Bury were the better side in the opening half and deservedly equalised after 36 minutes when the home side failed to clear a Beeley cross from the right and Danny Hylton shot home from close range.
The visitors should have been level earlier but Hylton headed a good chance wide and Harrad contrived to fire over the crossbar with the goal at his mercy.
Rovers improved after the break with Chris Beardsley and Harrold going close as Alfie Santos caused problems on the right flank.
But the Shakers still hit the crossbar through a Harrad header and forced some good saves from Rovers goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall.
Bristol boss John Ward said: "Ronnie will feel his side did enough to win it in the first half and we feel much the same about the second period.
"I was thinking of taking off Alfie Santos because we couldn't get the ball to him for 45 minutes. But that changed after the break and he really got into the game.
"Unfortunately, he has nicked a hamstring in the closing stages and we will need to assess that over the next 48 hours.
"People can look at it that we have only one once in the last four games or that we are unbeaten in four. I prefer to take the positive view."