I’m still trying to land on the most disappointing thing about this poxy defeat.
It might have been Carl Ikeme’s butter fingers that presented another toothless away side with a precious lead to cling onto.
Or it could be allowing David Davis the freedom of Molineux to spank in a second and mercilessly taunt the South Bank.
Or simply our one-paced midfield making David Davis look like Roy Keane.
Then again maybe it was our meagre attempts to cash in against ten men after Paul Robinson was rightly dismissed for being Paul Robinson.
Or perhaps our distribution out of defence and Danny Batth’s endless hoofs forward to nobody in particular.
It’s difficult to overlook Helder Costa’s repeatedly over hit crosses that robbed Wolves of any momentum in the early exchanges or his subsequent hour long vanishing act.
And we mustn’t forget yet another goalless game for Bodvarsson whose beginning to make Bjorn Sigurdarson look prolific by comparison.
How about Nouha Dicko, who did finally score, but still looks bored, uninterested and five yards off the pace?
Maybe it’s the manager, who promised so much in January but has delivered literally nothing in February.
Yes, it could be the naked statistics that show five defeats in a row for the month with just two goals scored in the process.
And the fact three of those defeats came against three of the worst teams in the division.
Actually, it’s probably none of those things.
It’s more the realisation that we’ve relinquished £25 million in transfer fees and ended up with a worse team than we had last season.
All this made worse still knowing that the owners, the academy, the stadium, the fan base and everything else you need to be successful are all there and it’s simply the case that the people in power are demonstrating a gross inability to just connect the dots.
I’m not stupid enough to expect instant success in such a competitive environment, but surely – surely – we can expect better than this?
Disappointing would be an understatement.
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