Accrington manager John Coleman was grateful to have come through a difficult encounter unscathed after rallying his players to snatch a 2-2 draw at Stevenage.
Late goals from Terry Gornell and Andrew Proctor earned Stanley an unlikely point after Byron Harrison and Lawrie Wilson had fired Westley's men ahead.
Coleman said: "I've got to admit I'm delighted with a point looking back on the game.
"If anyone had asked me before the game would I take a point, I probably would have settled for that.
"We managed to stifle them in parts, so I have to be pleased with that. We've faced a difficult task here but we've come through it relatively unscathed.
"There's a positive feeling around the camp so I suppose it's just a question of taking that onto the next games, as they do seem to be coming thick and fast at the moment."