Miller hailed, but others must improve
BLUES boss Jim Magilton hailed Tommy Miller's wonder free-kick, but pointed a finger at other Town players who he felt had let the side down.Miller equalised in the dying seconds of the game to deny Wolves, who had gone ahead through Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, with Magilton unhappy at certain unnamed individuals.
BLUES boss Jim Magilton hailed Tommy Miller's wonder free-kick, but pointed a finger at other Town players who he felt had let the side down.
Miller equalised in the dying seconds of the game to deny Wolves, who had gone ahead through Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, with Magilton unhappy at certain unnamed individuals.
Magilton said: “It was a wonderful free-kick by Tommy. I thought he deserved it as he was on top of his game from start to finish.
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“He played very well, but I thought some of the others had off-days.
“We need to be more consistent. They can't be that good and heralded from the hilltops one week and then poor the next.”
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Just how vital that goal and subsequent ones are won't be known for sure until the end of the season with Wolves still challenging for a top six spot currently held by Crystal Palace.
Magilton said: “It was an important goal to get an important point. How important that goal will prove we won't know until the end of the season.
“It's going to go down to the wire and now we're facing two very big games against Preston and Hull.
“We've got to keep going and keep believing. We've got as much chance as everyone else.”
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy said: “It's a bitter pill to swallow. My players did not deserve to lose the points like that, but it will toughen them up for Tuesday and the game in hand which we have to take full advantage off.
“I feel for my players because they've given everything.
“I can't ask for any more from them because they were desperately trying to win, but all we can do now is come back tomorrow and regroup.”