The under-fire Whites boss said that it was impossible to name a man of the match after the game as all of his players deserved "nine or 10 out of 10".
He told BBC Sport: "I couldn't pick a star tonight. They were all nine or 10 out of 10.
"We started on the front foot and limited them to just a couple of opportunities, which would have been cruel if they'd gone in. Paddy [Kenny] made a couple of great saves and I couldn't see him being beaten.
"If you brought another manager in I couldn't see him getting more out of those players than you saw tonight."