Huddersfield Town stretched their unbeaten run to six Championship games after battling their way back from 2-0 down to secure a 2-2 draw at Ipswich Town.
The Tractor Boys took the lead in the first half through Tommy Smith and fellow central defender Christophe Berra doubled the lead early in the second period.
But Chris Powell's side were given hope with 20 minutes left when loan striker Grant Holt was bundled over by home captain Luke Chambers and Nahki Wells buried the spot-kick before netting his and Town's second to snatch a point with eight minutes left.
Powelll hailed the character his side showed in securing a point at Portman Road after trailing, with his double second-half substitution of Harry Bunn and Sean Scannell proving the catalyst to the turnaround.
Our Sports Editor Mel Booth was at Portman Road at the weekend to watch the Terriers keep up their impressive league form and he says Town were full value for their point in the end.
Watch the video above to see Mel discuss the performance of goalscorer Wells, the impact the substitutions made on the match in the second half and how this could act as another confidence booster for Town and Powell.