Gareth Ainsworth says the Wanderers' development as a team was displayed in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with York City.
"They came with a plan and are probably happier with the point, they came to disrupt and scored from a set-play. But our reaction was great, to score and come right back into the game.
He said: "I said to the boys, in years gone by York would have scored, we would have collapsed and it could have been two or three and we would be feeling sorry for ourselves.
The Blues boss was impressed with the way his side battled back to earn a point against Nigel Worthington’s men.
"After their goal we picked it up and there was only one team at the end that was going to go on to score if there was a golden goal.
saw it out, they came for a point and they got a point but they’re not a bottom two side."
He added: "I’ve said to the boys, ‘be disappointed because people will come here with respect for you now, try to break your tempo and destroy what you do. We’ll have to find a way of breaking teams down’.
"We need to think about maybe going different at home and different away, we need to change our game a little bit.
"It is down to me and the coaching staff to introduce different ideas on the training ground when teams come here for a point - which will happen now - we’re going to have to manage that and try to break that down.
"Whether that’s a different formation, different personnel or a different style of play, we’ll find out and it’s about me becoming a better manager. I’m up for the challenge."