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It was a good effort from the players and keeps our undefeated run going ahead of Saturday's match with Derby County."
We wobbled for a few minutes after that but then we regrouped and came strong again to finish the game well.
They are very comfortable on the ball, they can move it from one side of the pitch to the other and we also during the course of the second half come through losing two key players who have been very instrumental for us this season in Darius Henderson and James Henry.
"The quality perhaps of our attacking play wasn't quite there tonight, the crispness of our passing," he said, "And we didn't make the most of situations. But on the other hand, we ground out a very good draw against a side that give you problems.
In a game of few chances, manager Kenny was understandably pleased to have finally brought an end to a run of four straight victories chalked up by his former club Watford against his current charges.
Kenny Jackett looked on the bright side after watching The Lions grind out a 0-0 draw at Watford and in the process extend the team's unbeaten run to eight games.