TS Galaxy coach Sead Ramovic felt his side had the better chances over the 90 minutes of their 0-0 draw with Kaizer Chiefs.
It was quite a scrappy with a general all-round lack of quality but Galaxy did have their moments mainly through striker Augustine Kwem, who came away with the man-of-the-match award.
And while Ramovic praised his players for their effort, the Rockets tactician felt if just their final pass and finish was better, they could have come away with a crucial three points as they try to fight themselves out of the relegation pack.
"I think we had the better chances," Ramovic told SuperSport TV. "Of course we would have liked to win because every point is important for us but okay we take it and we now have to prepare for the next game because again it will be a tough game.
"I think today our structure in the game, our effective transitions were good. But again we have to get the goal. In the end this is what counts. But yes a point is a point so we'll take every point we can.
"When asked what could have made the difference, Ramovic responded: Of course the final pass and goal but again we had these kinds of chances and it's not easy to get these chances against a good and well-organised team.
"So I have to congratulate my team. I also have to congratulate the opponent for a fair good game. We have to prepare ourselves for the next game."