Darren Moore took heart from Albion's last-minute equaliser at home to Sheffied Wednesday.
Albion were behind in the fifth minute and then saw Jay Rodriguez harshly sent off before Chris Brunt poked home deep into injury time.
“It was our second game in three days, we made changes because we felt we had to make them," said Moore.
“To go down to ten men with half an hour to play, the togetherness and resilience, the relentless approach from the players, and the consistency to keep trying, left me delighted.
“I’m really pleased with the fighting spirit. I felt the supporters knew we could get back in the game and we all got our just rewards with the goal at the end of the game.
“It’s as good a point, with the sense of reward, that I’ve felt all season.
“It felt like a match won in terms of the late goal.
“Sheffield got their early goal, set their stall out, and kept men behind the ball. They made it very difficult and it’s one of the hardest things to do in football, to break down a team shape that defends 30 or 40 yards from their own goal.
“I thought we dominated the game for long periods and I’m really, really pleased that we came off the pitch having not lost the game.”