Liam Ridgewell hailed Birmingham City's togetherness as they fought back to draw 2-2 with West Ham on Saturday.
The Blues defender saved Alex McLeish's side from suffering their second home defeat of the season as he grabbed a 73rd minute equaliser to ensure the Midlanders took a share of the spoils.
It is not the first time that Ridgewell has come to Blues' rescue, having scored the decisive goal in the draw with Sunderland on the opening day of the season.
And the 26-year-old former Aston Villa stopper was glad to have played a vital role in the stalemate.
"Obviously it's a good goal to get and I'm delighted to get it," Ridgewell, who is now the club's joint-leading scorer in the league, told Sky Sports.
"We were struggling to get going and to get the ball into the box. In the first-half we were struggling to get though them and it was getting harder and harder.
"We come out in the second half and tried to get at them but it ended up them getting at us and getting a two-goal lead which is always disappointing.
"But it showed the confidence and the togetherness of the side to get something out of the game.
Ridgewell added: "We could have maybe gone on and won it with Cameron Jerome's chance late on (that hit the bar) and maybe nicked it 3-2 but they had some chances as well and we're pleased to have come away with a point."
West Ham boss Avram Grant claimed his side were denied a clear penalty late on as Jean Beausejour tugged Lars Jacobsen's shirt inside the 18-yard-box.
But Ridgewell shrugged off the Hammers' appeals. He said: "A lot has been said of the referees but I think we should just let them get on with it and do their job."