Swansea City 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
Inevitably, it was a familiar scoreline as Stuart Gray ended his short spell as caretaker-manager and his time at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
A glut of draws had typified Glenn Hoddle's reign as Molineux boss and Wolves prepared for the new Mick McCarthy era with another stalemate.
Rob Edwards' headed equaliser earned Wolves a draw at the Liberty Stadium after Rory Fallon had given Swansea an early lead.
With Gray exiting the club after two and a half years, Wolves will look to the future and their team reflected the fact with a mix of academy scholars and graduates against their Welsh hosts.
But it was hardly the best start for Wolves when they fell behind after three minutes. A header from Fallon had already been saved by Matt Murray but he was left helpless moments later when Fallon connected with Andy Robinson's far post cross to head past the Wolves keeper.
Swansea's striker Leon Knight was proving a real handful for the Wolves defence and the former Brighton was denied by Murray's sharp stop from an angled drive and then by Jamie Clapham who blocked another shot.
But Wolves equalised in the 25th minute from their first real attack. Tomasz Frankowski flicked Denes Rosa's chip into the box and Edwards was alert enough to head past Willie Gueret in the home goal.
Knight continued to worry the visitors defence, firing wide towards the end of the first half but the second-half action became increasingly dour. Gueret was the busier, with the Swans shot-stopper keeping out an effort from Rosa and then Frankowski from close-range. But the closest either side came to a winner was when Shaun MacDonald's 20-yard drive thudded against the angle of post and bar before bouncing clear in the last minute.