Danny Batth scored for Wolves as they drew at Charlton.
Wolves defender Danny Batth has expressed his delight at scoring his first goal of the season in the 1-1 draw away to Charlton.
The 23-year-old believes his side were unfortunate not to get the win, but his all round performance was a key part of why they were able to at least come away with a draw.
Tough place to come & get a result. Unlucky in the end not to take 3 points, buzzing to get off the mark #wwfc— Danny Batth 'Bart' (@Danny_Batth) September 16, 2014
Batth made more clearances than any other Wolves defender and completed a higher percentage of his passes, on the way to helping his side secure a crucial point.
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Wolves fired in a total of 19 efforts on goal, compared to Charlton's 11, with five on target against two.
It's nice when a centre-back pops up to score a goal, but the problem for the visitors last night was the wastefulness in attack, with striker Leon Clarke failing to find the target with any of his four shots on goal.