Wolves kept a clean sheet but were unable to find a winner in their clash with Chelsea on Sunday.

Conor Coady was asked by club media whether Wolves could have taken all three points from the game and suggested there was slight disappointment in the camp that they were not able to do that.

Wolves kept it tight recently against Liverpool and Manchester City, only to lose 1-0 to second half goals, but managed to see the job through against the Blues.

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“Do I think we could’ve got something more? Yeah, of course I do. But they’re a top team and I thought the second-half we had to defend and we knew we’d have to defend at times.

“We’ve done it, we’ve dug in and we’ve made sure we’ve kept zero on the board. It’s always good against a world class team to keep a zero on the board, so we’re happy with it.

“We’re playing the champions of Europe – they won the Champions League last year, so we’d be daft to say we’re not happy with a point. We don’t want to concede goals, it’s simple as that.

“We work a lot on our defending and we work a lot on being together, being compact and being organised, and it’s important we keep on doing that and don’t go away from that. Do we want to go for the game a little bit more? Of course, we do. We’ve done that in spells, especially in the first-half.”

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Coady talks about the balance which has been at the heart of Wolves’ season; they are tight and organised defensively but have not found that cutting edge often enough.

Against Chelsea, that is pretty much fine and as the England international says, a draw with the champions of Europe is a good result.

Against the likes of forthcoming opponents Watford, more thrust going forward is needed and in fairness, Wolves did win 2-0 at Vicarage Road earlier in the season.

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