Charlton Athletic drew 0-0 with Leeds United on Saturday afternoon.
Charlton Athletic played out a 0-0 draw with Leeds United on Saturday afternoon, meaning they have moved above MK Dons and out of the relegation zone.
It's been a turbulent season for the Addicks, and with former boss Guy Luzon out of the job, interim boss Karel Fraeye once again took charge against Leeds on Saturday.
The two teams hit a total of 31 shots on goal between them, but neither could make the all important breakthrough as the game ended in stalemate.
20-year-old left back Holmes-Dennis stated that he was happy with the clean sheet and was looking forward to Tuesday's crucial relegation six-pointer against Bolton Wanderers.
Meanwhile, centre back Lennon believed that the 0-0 draw was a 'fair result', and praised the effort of his team-mates after hard-fought encounter.
Here are the reactions from Holmes-Dennis and Lennon after Charlton recorded a 0-0 draw against Leeds United on Saturday afternoon...
Great effort from everyone today, fair result in the end. On to Tuesday now #cafc— Harry Lennon (@HLennon94) December 12, 2015
Good clean sheet today solid performance now for Tuesday ⚽— THD (@Tareiq395) December 12, 2015