"It was a really good point and it has kept our unbeaten run going.
"When you're leading 1-0 it seems worse to get a point but I thought it was two good teams going at it and we cancelled each other out.
"There was a lot of noise from the Charlton fans who are in a bit of a honeymoon period with their legend as the caretaker manager - who I think they want to get the job permanenty.
"I thought the lads stood up to it pretty well. They defended set pieces really well which I thought was always going to be a threat.
"We weren't at our glorious best tonight and if that is because of how the opposition played, then fair play to them - we can't get it all our own way.
"To come away from home midweek with 300 fans, who I sincerely appreciate their efforts. If you'd offered me a point before I got on the bus, maybe.
"Tonight, did we do enough to win the game? Maybe. I think a draw is probably fair for both teams."