Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Kevin Doyle has called on his side to build on a promising display in their 1-1 draw with Everton at Goodison Park.
Doyle's 76th minute opener looked like setting up a superb victory, only for the Toffees to equalise with two minutes left on the clock.
However, an upbeat Doyle told the Express & Star: "We seem to play better against the better teams, so that's a good sign.
"We looked good again (at Everton) and we created chances and we know it was a great performance. We've just got to start doing that against the teams such as Portsmouth now to give us another boost.
"Everton are very good at home and they finish fifth or sixth every season, so for us to go there and create the chances we did in both halves - not just sneak a goal - and restrict them to half chances was a positive.
"It was disappointing to come back into the dressing room having conceded, but we can look back on it as a very good point for us.
"The manager told us we should probably have got three points, but the fact we were disappointed to get a draw showed we did very well."