Blues had led the game 1-0 courtesy of a Paul Caddis penalty early in the first half and they looked like leaving Elland Road with maximum points until Luke Murphy equalised for the home side with just five minutes of normal time remaining.
"I think if you look at the game and forget what went before the goal, we were 1-0 up with five minutes to go and we wanted to close it out," the Blues boss said after the game.
"But, if you look at the minutes before that it would have been unfair on Leeds if they'd not have got at least something from the game.
"We were quite fortunate to have been 1-0 up at that period, they probably had a few more better and clearer cut chances than us and maybe should have taken one or two of them, but we would have liked to have seen things through.
"We conceded a very poor goal but it was a good point in the end at what's always a tough place to come."