IAN Holloway was satisfied with a point at Wigan and praised his Millwall side's "calm and composed" performance in testing conditions.
The Lions and the Latics couldn't be separated in swirling wind and rain at the DW Stadium, with neither team creating enough chances to win the game.
But Holloway felt encouraged by Millwall's display and especially Andy Wilkinson's debut at right back less than 24 hours after he signed from Stoke.
"It seemed like after a lot of jousting, nothing really happened," Holloway said.
"But I thought it was quite a good game considering those conditions. With the weather and the wind out there, I was very pleased.
"We looked calm and composed at the back. There were a few moans from the crowd about the time we were taking over things but I wanted to win.
"We probably played as well as we have done in the last couple of weeks but without really threatening the goal that much.
"We did everything but get the goal and I'm sure their manager will say the same thing.
"Wilkinson turned up at the hotel last night – we couldn't even train him on the grass – but he looked like he'd been with us all his life.
"From that point of view, I was delighted.
"One of two of the lads looked a bit tired – Martyn Woolford was a bit jaded when he came off I decided to rest Jimmy Abdou tonight.
"But overall, I was pleased with what I saw – we passed and pressed the ball really well."