David Wagner was happy with Huddersfield Town's performance in the 2-2 home draw with Hull City - despite his side conceding an injury-time equaliser.
Town looked on course for victory when Harry Maguire headed an own goal in the 90th minute, but substitute Adama Diomande conjured a response.
Town had gone ahead through Jamie Paterson after 40 minutes only for Abel Hernandez to level after 76 at the John Smith's Stadium.
Wagner said: "It was a good game from both sides, an offensive game with a lot of chances. At the end I am happy with our performance. We were back.
"We showed a reaction (to the 3-0 defeat at Middlesbrough on Tuesday) and that is what we wanted.
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"Of course to concede an equaliser in additional time is disappointing but I can accept this result because of our reaction and performance..
"We tried to learn from our defeat at Middlesbrough and changed a few things. We tried to develop a Plan B for playing against a top team
and most of the time it worked."
Wagner praised the home debut of Rajiv van La Parra, the Dutch winger who has joined on loan from Wolves ahead of a permanent transfer.
He said: "It was a very good performance, we have to build up his fitness and make sure he has the power needed.
"He is a very interesting players especially for our style. I think people can see better why we did this transfer."