Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp was relieved his side grabbed a 'deserved' point against Sunderland on Saturday.
Spurs were staring defeat in the face after Kieran Richardson had given the Black Cats the lead on just three minutes.
But the North London club struck in the 89th minute through winter transfer window signing Robbie Keane.
Redknapp felt his side were worthy of their draw and is pleased they maintained their decent run of form.
He told Sky Sports: "We had a bad start after we conceded a goal in the first couple of minutes and then we dominated for the rest of the game.
"In the end you start to think that a goal is not going to come. We missed chances and had all the possession.
"You think that today's not going to be your day. But Robbie popped up at the end and it was a good finish. It was no more than we deserved.
"It was a big point in the end. Seven points from three difficult games - we are in good form at the moment."