Micky Mellon believes his Fleetwood side did enough to take the points in the 2-2 draw at Exeter.
The Cod Army twice led through skipper Steve McNulty and a fine strike on the stroke of half-time from Barry Nicholson but were pegged back on both occasions.
Mellon said: "We knew it was going to a difficult trip because of Exeter's history and record of doing very well here.
"Again it is a game heavily influenced by the officials. Sometimes they have got to put their hands up and say they are wrong. There were some crazy decisions against us but we will take a point all day long against Exeter.
"We came out of the blocks really well and played some really good football. We lost control of the game for 10 to 15 minutes after half-time but other than that I thought we were pretty much in control of the game.
"It was a terrific run matched by a top class pass and finish to go 2-1 up. I suppose I am disappointed to come away from home, score two goals and not go back with all three points."