Norwich City manager Alex Neil thought his team thoroughly deserved the point they earned after a 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Carrow Road on Sunday.
Mesut Ozil put the Gunners ahead on the half-hour mark, but the Canaries struck back through Lewis Grabban just before half time to claim an invaluable point.
"I'm pleased," Neil told Norwich City TV. "It was one of those games where we conceded a goal from a bit of sloppy play, and you're thinking 'here we go again'.
"In recent weeks, we've looked solid, played pretty well but we've made errors at vital times in games that have cost us matches and we've made it difficult for ourselves.
"Today, and credit to the players, we managed to find a way to get ourselves back in it. In the second half, if any team was going to win, it was going to be us.
"The manner in which we moved the ball towards the end and looked as though we were threatening, that breeds confidence.
"I want that against every team, it doesn't matter if we're playing Arsenal or anybody else. We want to be aggressive."