Harry Redknapp blamed Spurs’ inability to finish the game off from 3-2, as Spurs surrendered two points to a late Wolves equaliser on Sunday.
There were numerous chances to add a fourth and go on to put the game beyond Wolves, but Tottenham were denied by a combination of the home defence and a post that robbed Jermain Defoe of his hat-trick.
“We had opportunities on the break and every time we broke, it looked like we might score again,” Harry said on the club website.
“But we just couldn’t score the goal that would have made all the difference. We had chances to kill the game off, unbelievable opportunities, but Wolves never give up.
“If the fourth goal goes in, it’s game-over. But that’s life.”
The neutral would probably say that a draw was a fair result given Wolves’ controversial disallowed goal and the fact that most referees would have sent Alan Hutton off, after giving away the first half penalty. However, we should have killed it off and while a point at Molineux isn’t a bad result, it’s another two points dropped.