Cobblers boss Keith Curle praised a battling performance as he reflected on Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Exeter.
Billy Waters and Andy Williams scored the goals as the Cobblers twice came from behind in the South West, Williams' header in the last minute ensuring a share of the spoils.
“In the end I was pleased but I still believe there is a lot more to come from this group,” he said.
“It was a battling performance but I was disappointed with the two goals we conceded in the first half. We lacked a bit of aggression and we were half a yard short getting into challenges. I wanted to change the dynamics of the team for the second half and that’s why I made a couple of changes at half-time.
“We were more aggressive in the second half, we had better movement and we worked the ball into better areas.
"We are growing in belief but we need to start games on the front foot and be more aggressive in our demeanour. It will come and the more I work with the players that will become second nature.”