Millwall boss Kenny Jackett was pleased to earn a point after 1-1 draw with Norwich.
David Fox scored his first goal for the Canaries from close range to put them ahead after 75 minutes before John Marquis salvaged a point for the home side in stoppage time.
Jackett said: "It felt like a big point gained, scoring so late. Credit to the players for keeping going and it looked we needed a bit of a break.
"I felt that a lot of our play was good - certainly up until the final third where we couldn't find the killer touch.
"But we passed it well, looked solid and we defended well when we had to - we just couldn't find the shots, the final ball or the cross.
"John (Marquis) grew into the game as it went on and that's promising for a young player - he's got a lot of character. It was his man that broke off him for their goal but it was a good strike, to be fair to their lad. I'm pleased that John got the goal at the end and I do think he's got a future - for a kid of 18 he showed a lot of promise."