Scott Rendell struck against former club Woking to earn Eastleigh a point as they extended their unbeaten run to eight matches.

The biggest relief was that Rob Atkinson did not suffer a serious injury after the game was halted so he could be stretchered off after a whack in the back of his neck.

Following the restart Jomar Loza looked to have won it for Woking with a goal five minutes into added time but Rendell quickly replied to leave it honours even.

Eastleigh boss Ben Strevens said: “It’s a good point. I’m disappointed not to get three if I’m being completely honest because I thought first half we were by miles the better team, got into areas to put balls into the box but probably didn’t do well enough with some of our final balls at times.

“Second half credit to them because they came out and put us under some pressure and it became a little too much end-to-end for my liking where we were in control of the game before but every team you play against, especially away from home, are going to have a spell.

“They were without a win in 11 games and had made lots of changes and galvanised the group trying to get people going and second half they reacted for him and went ahead.

“You are a bit worried at that stage because we were all over the place with shape and personnel and positions, but the boys showed that fight and character to get the equaliser and you are happy to get a point. Overall probably disappointed not to get three. I’m not saying we deserved it, but I think on the balance of the first half I hoped we would kick on second half.”

Eastleigh travel to Dover for another away trip on Tuesday night.