Queens Park Rangers fans were far from impressed with the 34-year-old on Saturday afternoon.
There have been far too many of them this season for the R's, who took the lead through Sebastian Polter early on but were once again pegged back at Loftus Road.
While things don't look disastrous in west London, with new boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at least drawing more than he's losing, QPR fans want more - especially at home and especially once they've gone ahead.
Of those that disappointed supporters, several were mentioned on Twitter. Karl Henry is a usual suspect for R's fans, with Matt Phillips accused of lacking some effort and desire this time around.
The biggest source of frustration on social media, however, was Paul Konchesky, as many questioned Hasselbaink's judgement for not dropping the 34-year-old by now.
Konchesky has enjoyed a long career at several different clubs. Notably, he was at Liverpool under Roy Hodgson. Not for too long.
A veteran at this point, though, QPR fans aren't too happy with the kind of performances the full-back is putting in. Here's what Twitter made of his display against Wolves:
Need to get rid of Henry,konchesky & Phillips, good first half, out fought in the second & yet again NO LUCK #QPR— shaun roberts (@shaun_roberts13) January 23, 2016
I would drop Henry, Konchesky and Fer next game. Bring in Washington, Yun and Faurlin. #QPR— Ak$h4Y (@TheAkshayVara) January 23, 2016
Phillips played like a man trying not to get hurt today. Fer played like Fer. Konchesky torn a new one for the second successive week. #QPR— QPRnet (@qprnet) January 23, 2016
If JFH can't see that Henry and Konchesky need replacing then I must be watching a different game. #QPR— GARO (@g_a_zz) January 23, 2016
Konchesky may be the worst full back I've ever seen at Loftus Road, and I've watched Marcos Bignot play #QPR— Samuel (@OzzyQPR) January 23, 2016