Paul Lambert who is the manager of Blackburn Rovers admitted that his side’s performance against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the weekend clearly lacked quality.

Blackburn Rovers played a goal less draw with wolves and the performance of the team irked Lambert who felt his team could have won the match and claimed the maximum points.

His team had to travel down to the Molineux for the game.

Lambert said he would make do with the point gained but that it was a game without much quality and probably not great on the eyes of the travelling fans

Speaking to the official website, lambert said: “It was probably one of the poorest games I've seen. I didn't think our quality was there like it has been. It was a nothing game, there was a lot of mistakes from both teams, but we had the best chances. Yet their goalkeeper has kept them in the game with three world class saves. Two from Gomez and one from Shane Duffy. So I'm disappointed not to win the game as I thought we had the better chances. To come here and Jason Steele to not have a save speaks testament for the defence.”

The team travel next to Huddersfield Town but the match wont be an easy won as Huddersfield Town must have gained confidence after a draw against Hull City at the weekend. Lambert also mentioned that Danny Graham would return to contention for that match

“Hopefully it is just a bit of tightness there and he'll be okay for next Saturday. I think he'll be okay, we just couldn't risk him today. If we had kept him on for a bit longer the hamstring could go and then you lose him for the whole rest of the campaign. But I thought Chris Brown and Simeon Jackson did really well when they came in,” he said.

On an endnote, lambert added: “I know what I'll get with Simeon as I've known him a long time. He works the channels and I just thought we needed someone to stretch it a little bit and he did that very well.”