Striker Joe Garner was disappointed not to come away with the win at Craven Cottage, after a strong performance from PNE.
Garner gave North End the lead on 11 minutes, before Ross McCormack's second half strike levelled the score, but Joe felt PNE should have been further ahead at half-time.
"It's a good point but I wouldn't say we were pleased with it to be honest because we probably could have gone in 2-0 up at half time.
"I thought we played really well first half, Fulham came out second half and put us on the back foot and played really well.
"The lads are disappointed not to come away with three points but it's one of those things, maybe in the long run its' a decent point."
The 27-year-old scored his second goal in as many games and despite being happy to get on the scoresheet, the striker would have swapped that for the three points.
"It's always nice to score so I was pleased but I would have been delighted if it had finished 1-0 but we look forward to the weekend now and hopefully we can pick up three points.
"I always knew I could score goals and if I get myself in the right position I know I will get chances I just need to concentrate and take them."
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