David Dunn admitted his frustration at another draw on home soil but the Barrow boss was encouraged by the calibre of his side’s performance against Walsall.
The Bluebirds twice led and arguably could have been out of sight after a dominant first half during which visiting keeper Liam Roberts was much the busier of the two keepers.
However, The Saddlers cancelled out Dior Angus’ penalty to go in level at the break and then came back once more to take a point after Luke James had put Dunn’s men back in front early in the second half.
“I thought it was a really good and positive performance, both individually and collectively,” Dunn told iFollow.
“The way we played, the way we passed the ball – I thought we looked a real threat and were probably unlucky not to go in three or four up at half-time because their keeper made some really good saves.
“We’re disappointed with the draw but that was a really positive performance, for me. There was a real belief in our play and the lads really trusted each other with that ball.
“I couldn’t criticise any of the lads today; there was perhaps a few little moments of daft decision making that we get punished for but if we play like that going forward then we’ll be fine.
“I thought Luke James and Harrison Biggins did ever so well off Dior who led the win really well and but for their keeper making those saves we should be home and dry.
“The players are giving the Club everything, they work their socks off every day and if they keep on putting in performances like that then we’ll be fine.”
Keep an eye on iFollow Barrow this evening for our full post-match video interview with David Dunn.