Bob Bradley felt his first Premier League point provided "something to build on" after his Swansea side drew 0-0 with Watford at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea's winless run was extended to eight matches and they stay in the relegation zone, two points from safety.
But former United States boss Bradley, in charge at home for the first time, said he had been encouraged after Swansea had the bulk of the chances.
"I thought the second half was strong, I liked the way we came out," he said.
Swansea were unable to mark Bob Bradley's first home game with victory as Watford held them to a goalless draw at the Liberty Stadium.
The result leaves Swansea in the Premier League's relegation zone, but new manager Bradley will be able to draw positives from a performance which almost saw one point turned into three when Gylfi Sigurdsson struck a post late on.
This was Swansea's first clean sheet since the opening day of the season and there was plenty of attacking intent, particularly in the...