Barnsley manager Gerhard Stuber felt Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Coventry City was a fair result.
Stuber’s side barely threatened and are yet to score a Championship goal this season, but they also looked solid at the back.
“I think today we could not have expected more than the necessary point,” he told the club website.
“We came up against a very disciplined Coventry team in the defence and didn’t do enough with the few chances we make.
“It is a point and a clean sheet and so we go forward into the next games.
“We must improve with our output, and this is another example.”
Meanwhile, Barnsley central defender Mads Andersen is confident they will be a forced to be reckoned with.
“It was a battle out there, especially first half. I like that,” he said.
“After half-time we got more to grips with things and were in control second half.”
“I have 100 percent confidence in my team, in my teammates.
“We will be okay, no doubt about it. We’ll smash it.
“It is early days and once we get going I have full faith in us having a good season.”