Doncaster manager Sean O'Driscoll praised his side`s display after the goalless draw in the Yorkshire derby with Leeds at the Keepmoat Stadium.
O'Driscoll is also more than happy with his side's return from three games in six days having also drawn at Watford and beaten Norwich.
Both sides hit the woodwork in the first period - the impressive Davide Somma for Leeds and Dean Shiels for Rovers - and what the game lacked in goalmouth action was more than made up for by some high-quality football from two teams who should be challenging for the play-offs on this form.
O'Driscoll said: "I'd have taken being unbeaten over the last three games to be fair. We could have won it, could have lost it, the game was quite open and you've got to give credit to Leeds for that.
"We were worried they would come and shut up shop after shipping five goals but they were as open as they could be. He [Leeds boss Simon Grayson] changed his team a bit and dropped his captain (Richard Naylor) and that was brave so you've got to give Simon credit.
"But I'm pleased because that's as complete a performance as we've had this season. We maintained the consistency and our organisation and discipline were good."