Millwall manager Kenny Jackett questioned the penalty decision which saw his side go behind at Sheffield United, but the draw was another indication of the progress being made by his players.
Kevin Lisbie hit a late leveller for the Lions and Jackett admitted that referee Darren Deadman did have the agreement of his linesman over the spot kick decision when Daniel Bogdanovic went down under a flimsy challenge from Paul Robinson in the box.
Jackett said: "It certainly shows how far we've come as a club when we're disappointed to come to Sheffield United and get a draw.
"You should never be disappointed with a draw away from home. My first impression was that it looked a soft penalty, but I'll stand corrected if I think any different when I view the DVD.
"The one key decision was the penalty decision and the referee was backed up by his linesman."