Russell Slade felt his side went the extra mile as they managed to earn a point in a closely-fought National League North clash with York City on Tuesday evening.
Hereford fell a goal behind in the eighth minute, despite looking bright in the opening exchanges as York hit them on the break.
Alex Kempster’s strike from inside the area took a deflection off a Hereford body before beating Brandon Hall between the sticks for the home side.
The Bulls then scored a goal either side of half time to take the lead against one of the favourites for the title this season.
“Our attitude was very good and our energy levels were good as well up until probably the last 10 minutes,” Slade said.
“I thought the fact they’re full time, made a few subs, looked a bit fresher and quicker to the ball later on in the game, but other than that I thought, certainly between the two boxes we played some really good football.”