Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O'Driscoll is pleased with the battling qualities his side has shown in the opening three months of the season.
After making a shaky start to the campaign, Rovers have embarked on a six-match unbeaten run and have picked up the happy knack of coming from behind to claim points recently.
"We're getting into situations where we have to do a bit better - we certainly need to look at getting in front in games," said O'Driscoll.
"But we've proven we're a difficult side to beat by reacting in a positive way to going a goal down. That's the sign of a good team.
"Going behind in games is part and parcel of football - it's how you react which counts."