Frank Lampard accepted England's late draw with Ukraine was a 'good result' in their World Cup qualification quest.
Chelsea midfielder Lampard struck home from the penalty spot three minutes from time to salvage a point for Roy Hodgson's men.
England had trailed to Yevgeni Konoplianka's stunning first-half goal and Lampard praised the side's character in fighting back for a draw.
"These games are not easy and in the end getting a point is a good result considering we were 1-0 down with 10 minutes to go," said Lampard.
"At the start of the game you obviously want to win it but when you consider the circumstances we had a goal disallowed, we hit the post, so in the end we showed great character to get a point."
Lampard was left to rue to Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir's harsh decision to rule out Jermain Defoe's first-half effort when the score was 0-0 for catching Andriy Yarmolenko in the face.
"I thought he (the referee) pulled it back for a free-kick to us," added Lampard. "It wasn't a foul at all so we've very disappointed with that."