Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman was left to rue his side’s inability to convert their chances in this afternoon’s defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Second-half goals from Benik Afobe and Bakary Sako had put the game out of reach before Dexter Blackstock’s late consolation
made it 2-1.
And Freedman was frustrated that that was his side’s only goal of the game.
The manager said: “Wolves are a very well-organised, professional team and that’s what they showed today.
“Nevertheless, I feel we had enough opportunities to win this game. Our performance was good, our commitment was fantastic and we kept on going right until the end.
“There was not a lot in it. We had more chances than they did and more of the ball, but I just felt in the end the ability to take our chances when it mattered was the difference.”
The result leaves Forest further adrift of the play-off positions, but Freedman has no intent of giving up on the current campaign.
He said: “We’ll make sure we dust ourselves down and look forward to the Brentford game.
“It’s never over until the music stops and I will judge people and make decisions until the last minute in the Cardiff game no matter where we are or what the occasion is.
“I’ve got a responsibility to the fans, who pay good money, to make sure my team are committed, organised and give it a go – I felt we did that today.”