Leornard Owusu's brilliant opener for Dreams was levelled by Michael Asamoah for the visitors, and the result means that Dwarfs have gone three games unbeaten for the first time this season.
“The players did their best and we are satisfied with the stalemate against Dreams, although we could've done a little more to snatch a victory," Hayford said.
"Although, we are unbeaten in our last three games, we've signed ten new players ahead of the second round of the season because we want to build a formidable side in order to achieve what we've set for ourselves.
"They're young players and will need enough time to get used with the old players so since the first round of the season is ending this weekend, the break will be very helpful to us.
"We'll have the opportunity to integrate them into our system and that will even bring about competition," he added.
Dreams have moved to fourth position with 24 points while Dwarfs sit 14th with 14 points, two points adrift of safety.