Leander Dendoncker felt efficiency was the key message for Wolves to take home from their defeat to Liverpool, with the Reds turning many of their scoring opportunities into goals.
The midfielder felt Wolves controlled their opposition for much of the first-half at Anfield, but a lack of efficiency in the attacking third from the visitors was their downfall, before finding the game difficult to turn around having fallen further behind midway through the second-half.
On the defeat to Liverpool
“Liverpool is just a really strong team and when you go two down, and then you go three down, it’s just really hard to come back after that.
“I don’t think we played a bad game and in the first-half we had some crosses and some passes that maybe we could’ve done better, which we can look at and which we will look at, and then defensively we have to try and look at ourselves and think about what we can do better in the future.”