David Dunn struggled to pick fault with Blackpool’s desire and belief in the 0-0 draw at AFC Wimbledon.
The Seasiders created the better chances at Kingsmeadow, with Nathan Delfouneso and Taylor Moore having the best of the chances in the stalemate, but just couldn’t make that breakthrough.
“In terms of the lad’s effort, I can’t fault a single one of them,” Dunn said.
“I think we were resilient and played some really good stuff. We have to be honest as well, in the fact that they were really going to be up for the game after their heavy defeat on Tuesday night.
"It's our first clean sheet in a good few months, and that's a really good sign.
“If I was being picky, we could have been slightly better in the final third with our movement and passing of the ball. Overall I was really pleased with what we saw today, and we’re looking forward to getting back at home on Tuesday evening.”