Leaders Montrose took a point from a difficult fixture at Clyde which stretched their lead over Stirling Albion to two points.
Defender Iain Campbell said: “Montrose are renowned for being down there but we’ve been going through a lot of changes in the last couple of seasons.
“We’ve got a lot of variety, a lot of quality, a lot of experience and good legs in good areas so we’re confident but it’s going to be tight. We’re feeling quite strong at the moment.
“It’s still early doors but it’s good, and we’re still on an unbeaten run. We are looking really solid.
“I thought second half we had a lot of possession in their half, and in a lot of good areas, but we just didn’t have that cutting edge.
“But a clean sheet away from home is always good. I think a point is a fair result if I’m really honest,” he added.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie said: “There is still an awful long way to go but it is a good feeling to be sitting top of the league.
“We seemed to be lacking that bit of quality in the final third today and that’s something we will have to work on.”