Why Lindelof has mixed emotions at Molineux
Victor Lindelof is happy we kept a clean sheet at a tough stadium, but also frustrated we couldn't win the tie...
Neither team wanted a replay, but is that a decent result? "It is a tough place to come to, we knew that, and obviously we wanted to win the game but today we got a draw. We just have to be ready for the next tie." A clean sheet for you - are you happy with that? "Yeah of course, that is always the goal for us, to keep a clean sheet because we know our attacking players can score the goals. So our job is to keep it tight at the back and not to concede any goals. That is what we did but unfortunately we couldn't score any goals, so it is a bit of a mixed feeling you know." Romero is a top goalkeeper and he showed it with two fabulous saves... "Yeah and we all know what a great goalkeeper he is. He shows that every time he plays and I don't know how many clean sheets he has kept now. But he is an amazing, amazing goalkeeper and an amazing guy so I am very happy for him." Could you feel a goal coming? "It was a tight game and we have those players who can do a bit of magic to score goals for us. But, today wasn't there. I am not sure what to say. It is a tough place to play, but I am frustrated that we didn't win." How did our youngsters stand up to the challenge? "Every time our young players get a chance they show their qualities and they work really, really hard. it is always fun to see them on the pitch. We had a bit of experience as well, with Nemanja and Juan in the middle, and Ash as well. I think it was a good mix and, like I said, the young players did a good job." We have another game at a busy time... "Yeah, in this period there are always a lot of games but we are ready. We recover well, we are prepared for anything so it is nothing unusual for us. We are going to be ready."