Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough said he could take some positives from being held to a draw at Fleetwood Town.
Bob Harris had put the Blades in front early on but Clough’s side were pegged back by Antoni Sarcevic’s header.
Clough had shaken up the formation with Jamie Murphy playing in behind a front two of Chris O’Grady and Michael Higdon and the manager was reasonably happy with how it worked.
“We gave (Jamie Murphy) a free role and early on we caused them problems,” said Clough.
He added: “There are some positives, each system has its fors and againsts and you have got to try and work on minimising the negative side of the formation.”
See The Star on Monday for more reaction to United’s draw at Highbury Stadium