Steve Cooper has revealed Swansea City will go beyond the regular reporting process when giving feedback on the performance of Tim Robinson during his side's 1-0 defeat to Fulham.
The West Sussex official refused to point to the spot on three separate occasions for the visitors while he awarded a dubious penalty in favour of the hosts late on.
Freddie Woodman denied Aleksandar Mitrovic from the spot, although the Serbian made amends by netting the winner three minutes into injury time.
It brought an end to Swansea's three-game unbeaten run and more importantly denied Cooper's men the chance to close the gap to the Championship's top six.
And the Swansea head coach has stated that his side will go above the usual process of lodging a complaint regarding match officials.
"Any late goal like that is always tough to take and in the end we would have taken a point," he said.
"We came here to win. But we're struggling to look past the penalty decisions which were cruel on us. All four of them.
"It's a tough one to take. There's no disappointment with the players or frustrations with them, the opposite feeling if anything.
"They're very angry and feel more than hard done by. We have to make sure it doesn't affect us going into the next game at Blackburn.
"The first one was clear in the first half when the keeper brought him (Andre Ayew) down. And in the second half when Denis Odoi brought him down.
"And then it's handball, the full-back, his arm was in an unnatural position, and then the one he gives, Connor (Roberts) doesn't even know where he is.
"I've been to see the referee. I'm not going to criticise him too much here, obviously we disagree fundamentally with the decisions, especially after seeing them back.
"But we've just said we have to report this further and beyond the normal reporting system of referees' performances which we do online, but we have to take it a bit further, because that can not happen."
Swansea return to action against Blackburn on Saturday, although the gap to the play-off places remains at just five points ahead of the game at Ewood Park.