OWEN Coyle felt his team deserved more than a point against Wolves - especially after claiming the visitors' equaliser was two yards offside.

Rovers had taken the lead through Sam Gallagher's superb 13th-minute half-volley.

But they were pegged back when Matt Doherty's cross was nodded in by Dave Edwards 12 minutes from time.

While Coyle accepted that Rob Edwards' team did create chances, he claimed the officials had dropped a clanger when not flagging Doherty offside after Joao Teixeira's initial shot was palmed away by Jason Steele.

He said afterwards: “I think Wolves were always going to be dangerous at times because they are quite a technical team.

“I knew it was a game that would suit us in that respect.

“We scored a wonderful goal to get in front and I think we had a couple of opportunities to get that second goal, albeit that they had one or two chances themselves.

“They had a 10-minute period in the second half, a little bit of pressure and one or two crosses coming in.

“But having weathered the storm the galling thing is their goal is clearly offside.

“When the shot’s been taken from Steele, the boy that crosses it from the wide area is two yards offside. It’s ridiculous.

“That’s two home games it’s happened to us - it happened against Sheffield Wednesday when we scored a perfectly good goals and that was given offside against us.

“Then today the boy was clearly two yards offside.

“If they score a wonderful goal I’ll hold my hands up to it, but when things like that punishing a team that is working ever so hard and showing quality at the right times, then of course it’s very frustrating and it’s galling.”