Stirling Albion manager Stuart McLaren was pleased with the way his side fought back to earn a 1-1 draw with Clyde at Forthbank on Saturday.
Sean Higgins fired the visitors ahead in 72 minutes after a mistake by Ross Forsyth but the Albion full-back equalised seven minutes later.
McLaren said: “The boys responded great and fully deserved to at least get a point out of the game. For good bits of the second half I felt we were the team with the impetus and were more likely to get a goal.
“You are naturally disappointed when you don’t win your home games. We shot ourselves in the foot and Ross Forsyth has put his hands up but the best thing for me was the response. That late in the game it’s easy sometimes to fall into the trap of woe is me.”
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson said: “I thought some of the stuff we played was good and I was proud of them but we just switched off at the goal, which is disappointing as we work on set-pieces.
“I don’t think many teams will come here and come away with much – there were loads of positives for us to take out the game.”