Celtic manager Neil Lennon was satisfied with his team’s 1-1 draw with Ross County ahead of the Champions League play-off with Helsingborg.
The Hoops were in danger of losing their first match of the campaign until Kris Commons scored an injury-time equaliser.
Lennon was without Scott Brown, James Forrest, Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes in Dingwall.
But he believes his team created enough chances to beat Derek Adams’ men.
He said: "I'm delighted - a good point away from home.
"We weren't great for the standards we set, I understand that.
"The character we showed was fantastic.
"People say we rescued the game but from where I was stood we should have won comfortably.
"I would be annoyed if we weren't creating chances.
"I'm not going to gloss over and say it was a great performance, it is a good result for us."