Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll was content with his side's display in the goalless stalemate at home to fellow strugglers Crystal Palace.
Palace wasted two excellent chances to snatch the points late in the game as midfielder Neil Danns struck the post and substitute Steffen Iversen blazed over when he should have done better.
Although Rovers are without a win in nine games, and remain five pints above the drop zone, they did manage to keep only their second clean sheet in 16 games.
O'Driscoll added: "Any point is a good point in this division. We have been here for three seasons and we have always said every point is precious at whatever stage of the season. We would have liked three but it's a difficult division for us.
"I can't remember the last time we had a clean sheet so that's something to celebrate I must admit. We fought like a team that wanted to stay in the division although I felt there was something missing.
"We did not play as well as we did against Hull (a 3-1 defeat). But our encouragement and demand of each other was good, although I would have no complaints if Palace had nicked a goal."