IAN Holloway was happy with a point after Millwall drew 0-0 at Charlton.
Both sides had chances to win the match but the best opportunity was wasted by Addicks striker George Tucudean in the 94th minute.
Holloway admitted he would have been "spitting venom" had Tuducean scored at the death but praised his back four for their heroic last-ditch defending.
The Lions boss felt that a draw was a fair result in the end.
"I'm very happy with that," he said. "It was a good game, I thought – two good teams showing you what the Championship's all about.
"I thought the players conducted themselves brilliantly, went for everything fairly. It was a very enjoyable game.
"It led to an entertaining 0-0 and all around it's a good day. We haven't deserved what we've got recently, and today, it’s nice to not be beat.
"Obviously if I’d lost, I'd be spitting venom, because would we have really deserved it?
"Did either team do enough to score, with their possession? Probably not.
"But hopefully people have gone home very entertained, feeling they got their money's worth, because there was some good football out there."
Tucudean lofted the ball over Lions keeper David Forde but Byron Webster and Alan Dunne combined to prevent the striker applying a finishing touch.
"The way things have been going, Charlton would have scored and everything would have been terrible, would't it?" added Holloway.
"And would we have deserved it?
"In that move I felt there was a foul and an offside because I'm a little bit biased, and Dunne was absolutely magnificent.
"What can I say about Dunne? He's a fantastic fella. He tells the truth and he works hard.
"He knows about honesty and loyalty, he's been fantastic for me. He can play in numerous positions.
"He doesn't really like right-back now to be honest, because that fella they brought on [Callum Harriot] has got a few more tricks than Paul Daniels.
"Dunney would rather be inside so those people wouldn’t take him on. But he'll do anything for me, so I'm delighted for him."
Millwall fans celebrated at the final whistle after their side extended their unbeaten run against Charlton to seven matches.
"I'm sure Bob Peeters will be pleased with his team’s effort but he will be fuming that he hasn't won and broken that duck," said Holloway.
"Our fans were singing 'you can't beat Millwall', it's brilliant.
"Let's hope we can sing that at every ground we're at for the rest of the season and we might have a better season.
"I can't ask anymore from my lads there.
"I felt they understood their task, they stuck to it, and over recent weeks, when we haven't got what we wanted, they still came back and showed the character you need to."