MILLWALL'S 95th-minute equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday underlined the Lions' fighting spirit, manager Ian Holloway said.
Magaye Gueye's first goal for the club sparked wild celebrations in the away dugout – and prompted a celebratory dance from Holloway on the touchline.
Millwall's 11-game unbeaten run looked to be coming to and end at Hillsborough after Shaun Williams missed a penalty.
But Gueye struck deep into stoppage time to cancel out Chris Maguire's free kick.
And Holloway hailed his players for their never-say-die attitude.
He said: "What a fantastic game it was. A draw was probably a fair result at the end of it all.
"Was it a handball for their free-kick? I'm not so sure. Was it a penalty for us? I don't know about that either, but they were both given and it made the game all the more exciting.
"I had to give the lads a bit of a rocket at half-time because we were trying to move the ball almost too much.
"There was a lot of sideways and backwards passing when we should've got it forward a bit more. Lee Gregory made some great runs but we didn't really look for him.
"From a coach's point of view, what a fantastic goal it was that we scored.
"I'm delighted for Magaye because he came on and made a big impact.
"It was a fantastic finish and a great ball from Ricardo to pick him out when he could easily have had a shot himself.
"The players are starting to believe that we're a decent team. I'm delighted with the spirit they have shown yet again."