I say on balance it was a fair result and while we seemed to have more of the ball and seemed to put in more crosses - quickly becoming our trademark - a lot were poor and Wolves took their chances.
Not the result any of us wanted but we have it and we have to accept it. It was nice to see Marc Albrighton get twenty minutes and would be nice to see him start soon but two goals from John Carew - to put us in the lead and to rescue a point, will be what gets him man of the match.
Post-mortem tomorrow but as the league table stands right now, we remain seventh, having played the same amount of games as Spurs in fourth and one more than Manchester City in sixth. That is the table that matters.
Still, we have Sunderland on Wednesday and I think we can get three points from that match. I suspect we are going to need them unless Stoke and Fulham want to do us a favour.
Your comments would be appreciated. I'm off to have a bet on some of the other matches today and I think I'm going to try a beer with my Nurofen - it can't kill me.