Cheltenham boss Mark Yates was pleased to take a point as his side stretched their unbeaten run with a 0-0 draw at York.
The Robins could have quite easily stolen the points on Saturday but Kaid Mohamed struck the bar with his first touch of the ball.
"I'm happy with a point, we're now unbeaten in four on the road so you have to be happy," said Yates. "It wasn't as free flowing as what I would have wanted but we've picked up four points since last Saturday. We worked extremely hard and I feel we had the better chances to win a tight game.
"We've now had a couple of clean sheets and that's what we want. Benno's (Alan Bennett) come in and he was outstanding in the second half when he needed to be. We've just got to keep working hard and then the breaks will start going for us.
"Shaun's (Harrad) got a great header and its hit the goalkeeper in the face and then we expected to score the rebound but they got bodies back on the line.
"Mo (Mohamed) had a chance at the end, Jermaine (McGlashan) was quiet but the one time he got in the game he skinned his man and got a great ball in and we were unlucky."