Paddy Madden hailed Saturday’s 1-1 draw with promotion chasing Plymouth Argyle as a ‘positive performance’.
Madden scored his fourth goal for Town since his January switch from Scunthorpe United, levelling the game after Moses Makasi’s first half opener.
The Irishman hailed the spirit of his side, after ensuring the unbeaten record under new head coach John Sheridan continued.
“We were unlucky not to win,” said Madden.
“But it’s another point on the board against a team in good form, in what was a positive performance for us.
“The manager kept positive and so did the lads, and it’s the second game in a row where he has been positive at half-time and we have got something out of the game.”
Town travel to Charlton Athletic this Saturday, looking to build on encouraging performances against MK Dons and Argyle in the last two weeks.
“Any game is winnable in this league,” added Madden.
“If we perform like we have done today [on Saturday against Plymouth], not many teams will beat us.
“We must try and get a clean sheet - we are scoring as a team, but we need to defend better as a team, and then I’m sure the wins will come.”