Wycombe player/manager Gareth Ainsworth is happy with his side's 2-2 draw with Rotherham as it moved them closer to 50 points.
A late Gary Doherty header, on his first appearance since suffering a back injury in November, earned the Chairboys a point after Daniel Nardiello's two second-half goals had helped the Millers respond to Joel Grant's early opener.
And after a disappointing performance in the 4-1 defeat to Rochdale last weekend, Ainsworth admitted the response, which moved Wycombe onto 49 points, was spot on.
"After the performance on Saturday a point is a good point, I am a little disappointed because we were up and then we were down but we showed spirit to get back into the game," said Ainsworth.
"We caused Rotherham some problems and make no mistake they are a big side with a big budget and big expectations so to take four points off them this season is a good marker to where we are.
"I am happy with a point after 2-1 so I think it cancels out the bad feeling I had after the Rochdale game and it takes us one point closer to my target of 50 points, which will mean less sleepless nights for me."
Ainsworth was delighted with Doherty's impact upon his return to the squad.
He added: "Gary Doherty has been out for 12 weeks now but to have someone of his experience and stature on the pitch is vital at this stage of the season."