Pat Fenlon felt his first point as Hibernian manager came despite their poorest performance since he took charge at Easter Road.
The 1-1 draw with Inverness ended a sequence of four straight defeats.
"It was probably the worst we've played and we got something out of the game," Fenlon said. "There is no logic to it at times.
"The pleasant thing is we picked up a point - that's the positive. We're going to have to perform better."
Garry O'Connor's free-kick edged Hibs ahead early on but Jonny Hayes levelled before the break with an impressive individual goal.
"We started quite well, it was a very good goal," said Fenlon.
"It seemed to knock us back into our shell rather than getting us on the front foot."
O'Connor also picked up a booking for simulation late in the first half but Fenlon added: "He's adamant that he didn't dive. He's adamant that he was kicked and he was kicked in the head when he fell.
"It's hard to see from where I am. I need to have a look at it first before I make a comment on it."