Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui was happy with their draw against Nottingham Forest.
Daniel Podence struck seven minutes from time to earn Wolves a big point in their quest to avoid the drop from the Premier League, and that goal came after the head coach took risks in a bid to avoid defeat.
Lopetegui said: “To get one point here in the end, when you analyse the match, is not a bad thing, to have one point more. Maybe in the first half I think we didn't deserve to be losing 1-0. When you start losing here it's very difficult to change the score.
"That's why in the second half we took a lot of risks, and they had counter attacks to score the second, but we had to do it, and in the end fortunately we scored.
“We fought a lot, it's not easy to play here, with this environment in this kind of match. They have very, very good players, they've invested a lot of money in this team, and in the end it's one point more. I'm happy with the character we showed in the bad moments of the team, but this is the Premier League, we want to be out of the relegation and have to show this character until the end. Each match is going to be one more final and now we have to think of the next."