"When we were 3-2 up we had two or three good chances but we did not take them," the Fulham boss said after the 3-3 draw.
"We controlled the game in the second half but at the end of the day a point is not the end of the world.
"We showed a lot of heart and courage and it is the first time we have come back from behind in a long time, it is a good away point."
Coleman refused to lay the blame for dropped points on young defender Liam Rosenior whose own goal 20 minutes from the end gifted the home side a point.
"I felt sorry for Liam, he had a magnificent game and he is only 20," Coleman added.