Coventry kept a clean sheet against one of the more free-scoring teams in the Championship and Konstantopoulos, who came on as a 10th minute sub for injured keeper Keiren Westwood, pulled off a number of saves to keep his team in the game.
The 30-year old Greek shot-stopper has been at Coventry since 2007 but has been out on loan for much of his time and was happy to contribute to his team getting a point against one of the top teams in the league.
"A clean sheet for a goalkeeper is all you can hope for and to do that against so I'm very pleased," he said.
"It's a point against a good team. It took five minutes to get used to the game and it is not easy to come on after 10 minutes, but after getting used to it I was ok.
"It's been a while since we have had a clean sheet so that is very pleasing too. That will boost our confidence defensively, especially because of who it is against."
Konstantopoulos admitted his frustrations at being used sparingly in recent times but was confident his latest performance could influence manager Chris Coleman to include him more often.
"It's been frustrating for me because I want to play games but you need to bide your time as a goalkeeper and just do the best you can when you get a chance," he added.
"I've tried to do that today by keeping a clean sheet and doing the best I can, so hopefully it will give the manager a selection headache."