Adam Jackson says momentum is building for the Imps after Saturday's draw at Doncaster extended their unbeaten run to five games.
City created the best chances at the Keepmoat Stadium, but could not find a way to break the deadlock and had to settle for a point.
The centre-back said: “It’s building on the results from before the international break and keeping the momentum going - we’d have liked to have won but we’ve got some big weeks ahead so it’s another good point.
“We’ve come off a little disappointed as with the chances we had we think we should have won the game, but 0-0 away from home is never a bad result. We kept a good shape in the first-half and countered well, creating good chances, but we needed to be a bit quicker at times.”
There were more than 2,300 Imps fans in South Yorkshire, and Jackson says all the players appreciated their backing.
He added: “It was top support, we could hear them throughout the game and they really kept us going. It’s just a shame we couldn’t have got a goal for them.”