Joe Mason failed to entirely convince with his performance for Wolverhampton Wanderers against Bolton Wanderers last night.
Mason was brought in from Wolves from Cardiff City towards the end of the January transfer window, and Kenny Jackett put the striker straight into his starting line-up.
The 24-year-old could hardly have made a better start either, as he scored in the third minute of the contest with a well-placed finish.
At that point it seemed that Wolves would cruise to victory over the struggling Trotters, and the result appeared even more of a certainty when James Henry scored a second for the hosts.
However, Neil Lennon’s side fought back in the final minutes to stage an impressive comeback.
Bolton scored twice in the last 10 minutes to claim a point from Molineux, and surely end any hopes Wolves had of making it into the play-offs this season.
The result was a hugely disappointing one, and Wolves fans weren’t fully satisfied with Mason’s display on debut, despite his early strike. Here is the best reaction on Twitter.
Hard to find positives from last night. A debut goal for Mason; Siggy's match sharpness; Ikeme's save 1st half to name a few.#wwfc— Stephen Lapper (@stephenlapper) February 3, 2016
How have we got so bad so quick - I loved last season. Can't string a pass together. Do like Mason - plays the simple ball quickly #wwfc— Jay Sahadew (@jayster990) February 2, 2016
Frustrating night at Molineux tonight But glad to see Mason hit the ground running. #wwfc— Frederika (@astersymbiont) February 2, 2016
@MattyWWFC to early to judge but he needs to work much harder and also grow about a foot.— Matthew Ball (@BallyJNR) February 3, 2016
Playing players out of passion. Awful performance. Bad neck from DB hoofs. Atmosphere dead and then @CorporateWolves give Joe Mason MOTM— richard finch (@finchy_84) February 2, 2016
Mason was worringly quiet. KJ has a liking for anonymous midfielders. Rowe, Coady, Saville et al. #wwfc— Paddy Day (@paddyday90) February 3, 2016