A home draw with Exeter City at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium is a sign of the progress this Cheltenham Town side has made, believes Robins boss Michael Duff.
Conor Thomas' second half penalty cancelled out Dean Moxey's earlier strike to ensure Duff's team made it eight unbeaten on home soil in League Two.
Play-off chasing Exeter remain 7th in the division, and Duff felt that his team did enough to win the game based on clear cut opportunities, and sees the result as another positive step in showing just how far the Robins have come.
"I don't think we were great today, we couldn't tie the two halves together," Duff said.
"First half we played some really nice football but didn't have enough physicality in our game. Second half we probably didn't play enough but we brought the physicality, but break it down into clear cut chances I thought we more than deserved to win the game.
"I think it shows how far we've come that we're disappointed we've not beaten a play-off team. I think that's a marker again of the work being done."
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After taking on a play-off chaser today it's now a trip to champions elect Lincoln City next Saturday for the Robins. Book tickets and away travel this week at the ticket office for the match at Sincil Bank. For prices click here.