Walsall manager Dean Smith felt his side's last-gasp equaliser in their 1-1 draw at Colchester was fully deserved.
The Saddlers looked like they were heading to defeat following Freddie Sears' seventh-minute strike for Colchester, only for defender Andy Taylor to rescue a point for Smith's side deep in stoppage-time with a superb free-kick.
Smith said: "We had a bit of good fortune after working as hard as we did, but I thought that we deserved at least a point from the game.
"I thought that we were terrific and I thought that we played some really good football.
"We hit the post and we hit the bar and we had chances to score early on in the match.
"The keeper's made saves, they've made blocks, but it just wouldn't go in for us.
"We thought that it was going to be one of those days for us, but Andy Taylor has popped up with a great free-kick.
"It was a fantastic strike, right into the top corner.
"The good thing about it for me was that the lads never once lost belief.
"They kept playing the right way, the way that we want to play and we played in a way where we created chances."
Colchester took an early lead when Sears netted with a fine strike from the edge of the penalty area after being found by Gavin Massey following a good move.
But James Chambers' long-range effort clattered the woodwork for Walsall, before Butler's header was cleared off the goal-line by Matt Taylor.
Walsall midfielder Sam Mantom's fine effort hit a post before the break and the Saddlers pushed for an equaliser in the second half, which they got when Taylor's superbly-struck free-kick from the edge of the area in the dying moments secured them a well-earned point.