York City manager Gary Mills was pleased after seeing his side claim a share of the spoils at Cheltenham on Saturday.
The hosts dominated the chances but had to settle for a 1-1 draw after Jason Walker struck six minutes from time to cancel out Shaun Harrad's superb curling effort.
Mills said: "It was another tremendous performance - we knew we had to be strong here.
"It was a great strike from Shaun Harrad to put us a goal behind but I thought our response was immense. We were on the front foot as soon as we conceded the goal.
"If we had gone away from here with nothing then it would have been hard on our players. This is another good point.
"Alex Rodman pulled his hamstring in training on Friday when we arrived at Cheltenham so I had to have a think. I fancied Blair (Adams) down the middle with his pace and he got in a couple of times.
"Because of the player he is, he wanted to go on and get that winning goal when I would rather him sit in a more defensive role.
"It was probably a fair result. It was a bit blowy but was an honest, competitive game. They probably had the better chance to win it but we had chances too."