Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers says he is happy with the performance and the point his side picked up in their draw against Halifax Town.
The high-flying Moors produced a number of chances during the game, with Danny Wright, Darren Carter and Harry Flowers also denied by goalkeeper Sam Johnson.
There was a perfect opportunity to break the deadlock after half-an-hour when Jermaine Hylton was sent tumbling in the box, but Wright fired the resulting penalty over the bar.
Moors continued to knock at the door in the second period, but failed to find a way through.
But despite not taking their chances, Flowers admits he isn’t too disappointed to come away from he game with a draw.
“In football you never disrespect a point, ever,” he told the club website. “It’s a point gained in terms of we move now up onto 35 points but, in terms of the actual level of performance, I’m delighted.
“We aren’t going to win every football match. We’re on a good run, but let’s just remember where we came from and take stock a little bit.”