It was more a case of substance over style for Neal Ardley last weekend after AFC Wimbledon held League Two Scunthorpe United to a 0-0 draw at Glanford Park.

After a disappointing home defeat to Torquay United, where Ardley questioned the appetite of his stars, fans could have fear a mauling on Saturday.

However, it was not to be and the Dons go into back to back home games with Ardley looking to build on the point won.

He said: "It was resilient and coming to the league leaders we had to have togetherness and work really hard for each other. We did that in abundance.

"If I was critical and nit-picking, then I felt we lacked quality in certain areas.

"We got in some good positions at times but the final pass and quality wasn't great so that's something we need to add."

He added: "If we add some belief and flair to our play then it could be some good signs, but let's not get carried away. It was a point and let's hope we make that four by the end of next week."

The Dons host Exeter City this weekend, before Hartlepool are the visitors on January 28.