Burnley boss Vincent Kompany refused to put his side's 1-0 defeat at Wolves down to just "one moment".

Hwang Hee-chan got the decisive goal on the stroke of half time, slotting past James Trafford after Sander Berge had lost possession in a dangerous area.

Kompany said: “It’s decided in moments, we had ours, didn’t take them and in one of the few chances we conceded, we concede a goal.

“I looked at it quickly but we’ll have to do an analysis. If something went wrong it wasn’t just decided by this one moment, we can look at ourselves and say we should have scored.

“We have been in games for quite some time now, we have to believe this will give us the results.

“We play against teams with quality, we have to stay in positions where we can get results and today was close. This is where we need to step it up.”

Pablo Sarabia had the first real chance when his deflected strike was tipped over by James Trafford before the midfielder volleyed over.

Burnley's first sight at goal came from Zeki Amdouni, who tested Dan Bentley from distance.

Jacob Bruun Larsen fired over before Bentley made an impressive double save to deny Jay Rodriguez and Josh Brownhill.

Mario Lemina nodded over two minutes into the second half before Trafford palmed away Sarabia's dipping free-kick on the hour mark.

The Clarets struggled to create in the second half, with Vitinho driving over from the edge of the area 13 minutes from time.