Danish defender on the 2-2 draw at St. Andrews
Blues defender Jonas Knudsen says a goal so soon after half-time was the turning point as Paul Hurst's side were held to a draw by Birmingham City this afternoon.
Town went in 2-0 up at the break courtesy of goals from Jon Nolan and Matt Pennington, but a Lukas Jutkiewicz double in the second-half meant that it finished all square at St. Andrews.
"Goals change games and that's happened today," Jonas told the Club website.
"I thought we were good in possession in the first-half and I don't think they created a lot. They got an early goal in the second-half and after that they put pressure on us.
"In the position we're in we have to take a point and say 'well done boys' because the confidence isn't as high as it has been.
"We are around the bottom of the table & we're scrapping to get points so we have to trust ourselves and believe ourselves to do what we know we can do.
"We have to stand up and think we're good enough. We're unbeaten in three so let's take that as a positive and go out and win on Tuesday. Then maybe it will turn around for us, so let's hope we can do that."