Jones, deputising for the injured Pepe Reina in his seventh consecutive match, twice denied Fernando Torres to help Brendan Rodgers' men escape with a point. And the 30-year-old hopes Sunday's performance will give the side, who are unbeaten in six league games, the confidence to pick up more wins as the season progresses.
"We're continuing to pick up points and we're producing some good performances,"
Jones told the club's official website. "And that's fantastic. As long as we keep getting better and keep improving then that's the way we want to head.
"I think it was a good draw for us because Stamford Bridge is a really tough place to come. Chelsea are a good team and we have to look at that and take some positives.
"Some games you'd rather we got three points but on days like Sunday, we've got to take the point and be happy.
"We missed a few chances towards the end, where we could have even nicked it, but as long as we continue to get the points and perform well, then we're heading in the right direction.
"Chelsea are dangerous. Their front four includes three brilliant players operating behind a quality striker, so they are always going to create.
"But I think our formation and the way that we set up tactically was very good and we left them with very few opportunities, so that's another positive."