Shrewsbury manager Graham Turner had no complaints with his players after seeing them concede a last-minute equaliser to draw 2-2 at Wycombe.
Tom Bradshaw and Lionel Ainsworth's late strikes looked set to condemn Wycombe to defeat, but Andy Sandell and Lewis Montrose cancelled out the visitors' advantage to ensure a share of the spoils.
Turner said: "It was one of those days for us. It didn't quite go in front of goal. I thought we played extremely well in the first half, created a lot of chances, hit the inside of the post, keeper pushed one on to the bar came back in to play, should have done better on the rebounds.
"Overall I thought we had a very good first half and it was unjust to have come in without scoring. We had to show a bit of character in the second half when we went a goal down.
"I've said to the players many times, if you can't win don't lose. You have to put a run together of unbeaten games and it's another match unbeaten.
"I've got to be pleased with the overall level of work, application and the quality of play was first class."