Fleetwood Town head coach John Sheridan feels that a win will come soon after back-to-back home draws in his first two matches in charge.
Sheridan saw his side come from a goal behind to earn a well-deserved point against promotion Pilgrims on Saturday.
Paddy Madden got his fourth goal for the club to cancel out Moses Makasi’s first half opener, with Sheridan happy with the display following on from that.
“We were lively on Saturday and created a lot of chances,” said Sheridan.
“The front three were a threat all game and caused problems in their defence. It was a good performance but also disappointing to only get a point.
“From what I have seen in the two games, we will see a win very soon.
“The players are working their socks off, and they have showed the desire to get all three points.”
The former Plymouth boss spoke after the game about how close it is down at the bottom of the League One table, and knows every point is valuable at this stage of the season.
“It is very tight down there,” added Sheridan.
“It would have been fantastic to get all three points, as I looked at the fixtures on Saturday and I felt if we won, that results would have gone our away.
“At the end of the day, a point is a point and that is a big positive for me.
“When I see the performances that the players are putting in, I can’t ask much more of the players.”