Chris Hall spoke of his equalising goal that brought Wolverhampton Wanderers back to Boundary Park. He said, "Andy Liddell provided a great ball. It came in with pace and all I needed to do was get a touch on it. I managed to move my marker, got up for it and then I looked and it was in the back of the net. There were lots of players in the box and the lads did well to move the Wolves players around. When we were one-nil up I thought there was a chance of an upset, but then when they came back it went the other way a little. We came out strongly in the second half though, and it was a great performance from everyone."
"The fans were unbelievable too. It sounded like there were a lot more than 3,000 in there. Now I want to kick on from here. Obviously Paul Warne and Chris Porter are playing well as a partnership, and I would certainly keep them together. I would love to play week in and week out but you can't change that partnership. My time will come and as long as the team's winning I'm happy. I'm just going to keep working hard at trying to get a place, wait for my chance and try and take it when it comes along. Whether it's this season or next, hopefully I can do the business."