Wolves boss Nuno refused to be down after their 0-0 draw with Leicester City on Friday night.
Just before half-time, Wily Boly looked to have opened the scoring for the hosts after a short corner routine but his close-range header was ruled out with Pedro Neto judged to be offside in build-up.
Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury was sent-off 14 minutes from the end of normal time after collecting two bookings in the second half.
Nuno said, "We played well, we created lots of chances in the second half and we scored in the first half and it was a good.
"We had clear chances. We controlled and created more than their team: crosses, shots and set-pieces. So we keep going."
On the VAR decision, he stated: "It's part of us now. We just have to get used to it.
"The ref said it was offside but I don't know what advantage he takes from that?
"We have to get used to it and hope it improves. They have to improve, it's obvious. I'm sure they will do it."
On whether Wolves have had too many draws, Nuno concluded: "I'm worried about the creating and finishing but we did score. Leicester is a quality side. It doesn't stop and Thursday will be a tough challenge."