Barnet manager Martin Allen remained upbeat despite seeing his side throw away a two-goal lead at struggling Yeovil Town.
The Bees were coasting to victory after a first-half brace from Aaron McLean but a late Francis Zoko double capped of a dramatic fightback by the Glovers.
Those two strikes in the final 10 minutes were disappointing for Allen after the encouraging performance he had seen from his players up to that point.
“I thought we played really well for 65-70 minutes,” he said. “It was a really good, outstanding team performance, coming away from home and taking control of the game.”
Barnet are without a win in the league since Halloween but the draw leaves them 10 points from safety and ends a run of three consecutive defeats.
Allen maintains that it is a point gained, rather than two-points dropped.
“Of course there's going to be that tinge – two nil up, we could have had three points.
“We're all going to be thinking that me included.
“But I suppose that when we came down here this morning, if we thought we'd have been coming home with a point... It's a good point away from home.
“We've had a bad spell away from home, so it's always good to get a point.”
Barnet return to action when Crawley Town come to the Hive this Saturday.