Wolves' match-saver Carl Cort admitted he DID handle the ball in the build-up to the freekick which provided the injury-time equaliser against Stoke - but only after he had been pushed in the back.
Cort's 94th-minute goal enraged the Stoke players, who surrounded referee Chris Foy at fulltime insisting Lee Naylor's free-kick should never have been awarded.
"We got a bit lucky in the corner and got the free-kick which got us the goal," said Cort.
"It was a bit of a tussle and the ball did touch my arm but only after I'd been pushed.
"Sometimes things go for you and sometimes they don't and there were times when they got the decision as well.
"You don't want to be too critical of the referee but some of the decisions were way off the mark.
"It's important to get on with it when decisions go against us and we have spoken about that. We have got a lot of complainers in the team who like to moan and that is costing us at times."
And Cort insisted Wolves' last-gasp saver was down to "pure persistence".
"They almost played four centre-backs and we knew it would be difficult," he said.
"There is relief in scoring late but we controlled the game like a lot of our draws and it is frustrating not to have won.
"We have nicked goals at the end in a few games and that gives you the belief that you can do it again."