"The boys worked ever so hard and thoroughly deserved their point. They had to dig really deep, especially after they had gone 3-1 down. At that stage, heads could have dropped and we could have been in for a real hiding, but they did brilliantly to come back into it and draw level.
|Lee's view, from the dugout|
"I felt sorry for them at half-time because I didn't think they deserved to be losing. Some sloppy defending, allowing opponents to have free shots on goal, meant that we were really up against it when Woking moved into a 3-1 lead, but we changed things around a bit and got back into it.
"It wasn't Martin Gritton's day, so I brought on Barry Hayles and he helped change the game.
This performance was so typical of this squad's potential and the character they have shown during the season when things have been particularly difficult.
I thank them and all the staff for a phenomenal achievement in ensuring survival in this league for another season. It was a great result away to the champions, in front of a crowd of over 4,000 and made it a fantastic achievement overall for the season."
FINAL MATCH: Saturday, April 28, Dartford, home, 3 pm.