Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies declared himself satisfied after his side extended their unbeaten run to nine games with a 1-1 draw at Doncaster.
The game burst into life midway through the first half when Dexter Blackstock gave Forest the lead from close range but it was quickly cancelled out by Adam Lockwood's first goal in 13 months.
Doncaster looked the most likely to grab a winner but were denied by Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp and then the crossbar during the closing stages.
Davies said: "Any point away from home is always worthwhile and welcome.
"Doncaster are a difficult side to play against but I was a bit disappointed in the first half because we looked leggy.
"We scored an excellent goal but switched off for the free-kick from which they scored the equaliser and that cost us dearly."