Wolves captain Conor Coady admits it was two points dropped for their 3-3 draw with Brighton.
Wolves let a 3-1 lead slip for the result.
Coady said, “It's two points dropped. It feels like a defeat for us. We were right in control of the game at half-time, and when we got together, we spoke about managing the game properly, keeping going, doing the same thing, trying to attack as much as we could, and we gave a goal away right at the start of the second-half which was massively disappointing because we were in such a controlling position.
“It's a tough place to go, we've not got many good results there in the past, and we felt in control at half-time, so to come away with only one point was massively disappointing and we have to learn as quickly as possible."
On Adama Traore's performance, the defender added: “We know what Adama does, he's a fantastic footballer, we know when he gets into the box, he's dangerous for anybody to play against. It's tough on whoever comes up against him when he's playing like that."