Ian Holloway was full of praise for his side in his post-match press conference after seeing the Eagles recover from 2-0 down to snatch a point at Vicarage Road thanks to an equaliser from Kevin Phillips.
He said: "I don't know what's up with us, we spoke about them and what they might do but we looked so concerned about them. They've had two chances and scored them both and it looked like the game was over, however when we attack we're fantastic and I want to do that.
"To come back from 2-0 down is obviously dodgy but we pinned them back and had to break them down so the first goal in the second half was going to be vital and luckily we got it, and to be honest by the end it looked like we were going to win. We need to build on that and keep going.
"I was a bit concerned about this game being brought forward for TV but I'm glad it was as that was a fantastic game of football and a great advert for our division. I thought Jonny and Wilf were brilliant but it took a 39 year old master to watch the ball and keep his eye on it to finish it."