Pat Fenlon was philosophical after seeing his team lose a two-goal lead at home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Goals from Eoin Doyle and David Wotherspoon had put the Easter Road side 2-0 ahead only for Terry Butcher’s men to claim a point in the capital.
The result was enough to put Hibs joint top of the table and afterwards Fenlon said: "I'm disappointed not to get the three points but I can't be overly critical.
"In the first half I thought we played really well and could have been out of sight at half-time, although we gave them a chink of light with the goal.
"We said at half-time that we just needed to keep that momentum going. They hadn't played well and we knew Terry [Butcher, Inverness manager] wouldn't stand for that.
"We knew they'd be a bit more competitive and in our faces. I think we still had a couple of great chances in the second half.
"We've got to get used to winning matches so that when you get beat or have a bad result you can take it on the chin, move on and not be too negative about it.
"I couldn't come in and have a pop at people because they've played quite well, we just couldn't get the break on the day."