Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admitted the draw at Bolton was a fair result.
"It was such an exciting game and Bolton had us under the cosh for 55 minutes," said Ferguson.
"But I don't think either team deserved to win or lose that game. To come back like that shows our determination.
"And we'll get better, of that there's not doubt. I thought it was a fair result and any team that comes here is in for a tough game."
Ferguson was pleased by the performance of Argentine defender Gabriel Heinze, who scored on his debut for Manchester United.
He added: "I was playing a back four that hadn't play together before. Gabriel doesn't speak any English and I think it was a big ask of him to come in like that.
"But I thought he coped well and I thought the defence did fantastically."