Enda Stevens felt Wednesday draw at Birmingham City was a 'fair result'.
Reflecting on the stalemate at St Andrews, following his first goal of the season, the Republic of Ireland international felt the Blues were happy with a point.
He remarked: "It was probably a fair result after a very tough game. Obviously, we were disappointed, having taken the lead, to concede from a set-piece, we knew they were dangerous from them and we didn't get organised quick enough.
"After we'd let them back into it, it was a bit edgy at times, they sat in and it was down to us to take the game to them, we did, but in the end it wasn't to be."
Stevens added: "Birmingham is always a tough place to get a result, they get men behind the ball, they've got a good shape and are tough to break down.
"They are also a threat on the counter too, so you've got to be wary as the away team, it was always going to be a tight game and unfortunately we couldn't get over the line.