Liverpool piled the pressure on in the second half but were unable to break our resistance as clear-cut chances were kept to a minimum.
Indeed, it took until the 72nd minute for Kasey Keller to be seriously tested when he had to divert Steven Gerrard's shot but until then, Jerzy Dudek had the save of the match when he turned Helder Postiga's volley aside in the first half.
"We came here to get three points but defended very well," said Glenn. "That's the first time since I've been here as manager that I've been able to play that back three for the second game on the trot.
"It's an amazing fact, but true. Someone has always been injured, suspended, whatever. We looked solid and they found it hard to break us down.
"Credit to Ledley and Dean, they've not had a pre-season and they've been thrown in at the deep end and responded.
"If we can get one more game out of them on Saturday then we'll have two weeks where we can get some sharp training down them and they'll be etter for that. Credit to them, we defended well as a team. We were solid but had enough possession ans deserved the point we got here."
Glenn Hoddle was quick to point out that Anfield marked the first time he's been able to play a back three of Anthony Gardner, Ledley King and Dean Richards together back-to-back - the trio were superb in a goalless draw on Wednesday night.