Rotherham manager Steve Evans felt his side were good value for their second point of the campaign as the Millers drew 1-1 away to Charlton.
A Farrend Rawson effort for Rotherham was cancelled out by a Patrick Bauer poke and Evans felt any neutrals at the stadium would have said a point was fair.
MATCH REPORT: Charlton Athletic 1 Rotherham United 1
"Charlton had a lot of the ball, but they didn't really create many opportunities, so I think we were good value," he said.
"I said to my players at the end, a draw would have been fair if you had been a neutral in the stadium.
"But we've not been getting the breaks, and we have to go and get something at Brighton."
Addicks boss Guy Luzon, however, believed his side deserved all three points and that Millers played for one.
"Of course we should have won, we had 21 shots on the target, it's enough to win this game," said Luzon.
"The corner they scored from was controversial, I think it wasn't a corner, and it was a lack of concentration for us but we tried to play positive football and create something.
"Rotherham came here to waste time, to play only long ball, they didn't have any target to win the game and only wanted a maximum of one point."