John Sheridan pleased with Plymouth Argyle character
Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan has hailed the character of his side after their 1-1 draw at Burton Albion.
The result extended Argyle's unbeaten run to seven games in all competitions to stay sixth in League Two.
"The most pleasing thing was, from going a goal behind, to come back and get something," said Sheridan.
"I think we showed a bit of character, I don't think we played well, but the desire to get something out of the game was there," he told BBC Radio Devon.
"Obviously we all want to win the game, we know the importance of winning, but it's as tough game for us to come and get a point.
"Hopefully if we can get the result we want in the next league game against Portsmouth this will look a really good point."
Reuben Reid's penalty, the striker's ninth goal of the season, cancelled out Alex MacDonald's opener at the Pirelli Stadium.