Wolverhampton Wanderers drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest in their latest match.
Wolves were only able to pick up a 1-1 draw against the Reds at Molineux, after Dexter Blackstock netted a late equaliser for the away side.
However, Le Fondre, who started up front for the second match running, was pleased with the service he received from out wide in the contest.
“Henry was a threat, Jordan was a massive threat," the Cardiff City loanee said.
“I thought it was a positive performance, we didn’t get the result we deserved but we have to keep working hard and go again.”
In truth, Le Fondre did not manage to get particularly involved in the contest.
The striker was full of energy, but he is more suited to playing with a partner up front and he became isolated at times.
It leaves questions marks over whether he will remain in the side, with Benik Afobe waiting in the wings.
Graham, meanwhile, was Wolves’ standout performer against Forest.
The youngster created Ethan Ebanks-Landell’s goal, and he caught the eye every time he was in possession.
Wolves’ draw with Forest has left them in 14th place in the Championship table.