Barnsley manager Lee Johnson praised Reds goalscorer Conor Hourihane after the Irishman's late goal earned a point against Sheffield United at Oakwell.
Hourihane struck brilliantly in the final stages to cancel out Chris Basham's opener for the Blades and the Barnsley midfielder had earlier seen a penalty saved by George Long in the United goal.
Johnson said Barnsley deserved a share of the spoils and hailed Hourihane for battling back from the disappointment of the spot-kick miss.
"If you wanted it to fall to anybody in that area on the left foot it was Conor," said Johnson.
"It meant a lot to him, you could see by his celebrations. The keeper saved his penalty and he was hurt by that, but he didn't hide."
He added: "In my opinion it was thoroughly deserved because in the second half we hit the bar, we hit the post...missed the penalty."