Port Vale: Adams praises Vale spirit
MICKY Adams hailed the spirit in the camp as his Port Vale side bounced back to earn a point at AFC Wimbledon.
The Vale boss said his players had showed plenty of character to come from two goals down at Kingsmeadow.
Jack Midson put the Dons ahead with a goal after eight minutes and doubled the advantage from the spot after 42.
But Daniel Jones marked his debut with a stunning long-range effort before the break and Tom Pope levelled it with his 27th goal of the season.
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"To get any result away from home, you need to have character and we certainly did that," he said.
"We've got players who are used to winning games of football, and you could tell that in the second half.
"I said to the players at half-time they had been strutting around like peacocks, but in the second half we were the better side by far.
"It felt like we were kicking-in at one stage, we just needed the ball to fall for us, but it wouldn't."
Vale were the better side throughout, but Adams was happy to take a point in the end.
"It could be very important at the end of the season," he added.