Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has joked that Wolves must have moved the goalposts during Saturday's 0-0 draw.
The Red Devils had several decent opportunities to open the scoring, but lacked any real spark or clinical edge. They rarely tested Rui Patrício in the Wolves goal and ultimately had to settle for just a point.
"We've played them three times now in the space of two weeks and they haven't scored yet. There's two good teams there.
"We dominated the game again against them – 65% possession – but we didn’t create too many big chances, unfortunately,
"We were lacking a bit of that spark, which is natural. We’re on the end of a relentless run – 18 games in the last two months.
"The effort, attitude and character of the players, all the running they’ve done, I can’t fault them. And knowing Wolverhampton as well as we do, and as well as they know us, it was never going be an open game. I don’t think it’s about confidence – it’s energy."
Fortunately for United, they will now have a two-week break to recover and prepare for a trip to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on 17 February, in a game which looks like it could be crucial to both side's hopes of securing a spot in the top four.
Source : 90min