Paul Cook thought there were plenty of reasons to be satisfied after the draw at Crewe.
Cook felt the performance at Gresty Road had positives to take – as well as plenty to work on.
A strong start in each of the halves were among the plusses, and the Blues boss felt the outcome was a fair one.
Cook said: ‘There were things which were pleasing and others that weren’t so much.
‘We started well and I was satisfied with how we went about the first 25 minutes.
‘We maybe lost our way a bit after that and then started the second half well.
‘People will have their opinions but I think a draw was a fair result.
‘We’re two games in, though, and a win against Morecambe on Tuesday will make it a good start.’
There is concern tonight, however, for Jack Whatmough who came off with a knee injury – after suffering a cruciate injury last year.
Cook said: ‘We’re keeping our fingers crossed for Jack.’