Nelson Semedo believes Wolves must continue to be patient and believe in what they’re doing, after being held to a goalless draw by Burnley.
The old gold enjoyed the majority of the chances and came closest when Adama Traore struck the crossbar but couldn’t find that all important winner at Molineux. The stalemate was Wolves’ second in succession, so saw two clean sheets occurred, and now the focus will be on the attacking actions, which Semedo thinks are showing promise.
On being unlucky to draw
“We created a lot of opportunities to score a goal, we did a good game, especially in the second-half, and we created a lot of opportunities. We hit the crossbar, Adama had a chance in the second-half, Hwang had one, so I guess the draw isn’t the fair result for the game we did.”
On offering more attacking
“At first we have to be patient because we are doing a good job. We still got two results, but maybe we should win. They were two difficult games, today we did a great game, unfortunately we didn’t win, but it’s the way we play and it’s the way we work. Be patient and trust in the way we play.”
On playing for the fans
“We try to go the win always, but sometimes it’s difficult. I understand the frustrations, but we have to be patient because we are trying our best and for sure we’re going to give them a lot of happiness.”
On the physical battle
“It was quite physical because the way they play, they put a lot of balls, and we have a lot of duels in the air and on the floor, so it was a tough game.”
On cracking on
“They are difficult games [coming up], but we’ve spoken in the dressing room, we have to be confident because we’re doing a great job and if we play the way we played, we’re going to get good result.”