Craig Birch's 60-second Wolves update - Mar 14

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Digital sports journalist Craig Birch discusses the latest coming out of the Wolves camp after a goalless stalemate at home to Birmingham City.

The vast majority of those chances fell Blues' way, but there was remarkable profligacy from Gary Rowett's play-off-chasing side.

It was the main reason why Wolves earned a point here, extending their unbeaten home run to three matches.

It was a third successive Molineux win that Wolves craved but, while some of their build-up play was impressive, they lacked the guile and clinicalness to break Blues down.

The second-half in particular was one-way traffic at times with Clayton Donaldson, Jon Toral and Jacques Maghoma spurning glorious chances.

A combination of good defending, sharp goalkeeping and poor finishing meant Carl Ikeme kept a clean sheet.

The frustrated home fans clearly wanted more quality, and more attacking endeavour, from their team.

But Wolves, despite a late flurry after the craved introduction of Joe Mason that the home fans loudly called for, lacked the means to do.

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