Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock was happy his team managed to pick up a point at Coventry.
The Eagles took the lead in the first half through Darren Ambrose but Sky Blues striker Leon Best equalised soon after the break to earn his side a draw.
Ambrose, who signed at Selhurst Park on a free transfer in the summer, has scored all of his team's five goals in their last five games and tapped in an off-target cross-shot from Freddie Sears in the 28th minute.
Warnock revealed he was happy to return to London with a point, and praised Ambrose's recent performances.
"I am pleased with a point," he said. "I felt we should have had a penalty in the first half and if we had gone in 2-0 up then I don't think they would have come back from that.
"Darren is in good form and the goal he scored today is one of the most difficult because it was about anticipation.
"Who else would be thinking that Freddie would hit his shot like that? But I think there is even more to come from him."
The Sky Blues have not won in seven games but their performance pleased manager Chris Coleman, who handed a debut to defender Richard Wood after he joined on loan from Sheffield Wednesday during the week.
"It was a tough game and I knew it would be," said Coleman.
"There was a lot of courage and a lot of spirit and the reason we didn't get three points wasn't a lack of effort, things are just not dropping for us.
"We have been playing square pegs in round holes and you can only do that for so many games.
"We had a lot of players back today and that showed but I want to see them play half a dozen games together, then you have a chance.
"I have told the strikers I want them to work harder for the team and they did that today."