"We're disappointed we didn't get the three points as we had the best chances," he told PA. "Overall, though, we can see the positives. We got a clean sheet and we're still top of the group.
"I think coming away from home in the Champions League is always difficult. But we created the better chances and I feel we should have won the game.
"A draw wasn't the worst result for us, though, particularly given the other game finished 0-0 as well. But we're disappointed we didn't get the three points."
United are currently at the top of the group with eight points from four matches.