The Norwegian drew positives from the trip to Austria, but acknowledged that his side needs to improve their passing.
"It was a good result, they are a good team and were difficult to play against, they played with high intensity and have very fit and quick players," Sky Sports News quotes Deila as saying.
"I think we played much better as a team today. But it was important to get the point. Before the game we spoke about getting something from it.
"We are lasting the distance better, over 90 minutes. We need to be quicker with passing but with the team spirit we have we will get points and I am satisfied with that."