Barnet boss Paul Fairclough left Sixfields stressing a point did little for the club`s battle to avoid relegation.
The Bees climbed out of the drop zone courtesy of the goalless draw away to a Northampton side who smashed six past high-flying Crewe in midweek.
Yet Fairclough said: "It's a good point for us but it's not enough for the position we are in.
"We can take draws away from home in difficult circumstances, Northampton scored six on Tuesday but they couldn't score against us.
"It was a fair result but we needed more from the game, we always looked dangerous on the break but we needed a bit of good fortune in front of goal, especially in the first half when we were on top.
"It would be a good point for us if we were a mid-table side. But we're playing catch-up now in the second half of the season and we need to take more from these games."