"So I have to try and look at the positives of the last few months, and I think I'm going the right direction. This is the first time I've beaten Roger [Federer] in a Slam over five sets. I think I dealt with the situations and the ebbs and flows in that match well.
"I felt much more comfortable on the court today than even I did at the US Open, so that has to be a positive."
Murray required treatment to a large blister on his foot after losing the second set against Djokovic, but insisted "it had no bearing at all on the result".
'Incredible feeling' for Djokovic
He added: "It's just a bit sore when you're running around. It's not like pulling a calf muscle or something, it just hurts when you run, but it's not something that stops you from playing."
There was also a sore hamstring to contend with following his five-set win over Federer in the semi-finals, but he said: "With how physical the game is just now, that's just part of it."
Murray was also disrupted by the unlikely appearance of a feather floating down onto court at 2-2 in the second set tie-break, as he was waiting to deliver a second serve.
"I could have served," he said. "It just caught my eye before I served. I thought it was a good idea to move it. Maybe it wasn't because I obviously double faulted.
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