Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo admitted his side “should perform and act much better” after surrendering a two-goal advantage to draw with Brighton.
Wolves looked on course for all three points after going into the break 3-1 ahead.
However, Brighton’s response after the interval was spirited, with Neal Maupay converting a penalty before Lewis Dunk nodded home the equaliser from a set piece.
Speaking to the BBC following the match, a highly irritated Nuno said: “I’m sad and frustrated. We had the game under control and in the second half we should have done much better.
“It’s no excuse. For us as a team we should perform and act much better. It’s an educational process.
“In the set-piece we knew Brighton are dangerous.
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“I felt honestly it was all about us. In the first half we played very good football and every time we attack we looked dangerous. I felt the game was in our control.
“We don’t have to panic. We just need to stick with our plan because the solutions are here with us.”