Fulham boss Chris Coleman was left disappointed with his side’s wasteful finishing in the draw with Wolves.

He said: “We have to look at that as two points dropped. We had opportunities to score but didn’t because of bad finishing.

“A lot of people said we’d beat Wolves because we’re fifth in the league – but we never thought that.

“We need to be on top form all the time to pick up points,” he added.

The Cottagers badly missed flying winger Luis Boa Morte, absent with a hamstring niggle but he is likely to be back in contention to face Newcastle at Loftus Road on Tuesday. I feel disappointed we didn’t come away with three points

“Boa’s tweaked a hamstring but has a chance for Tuesday,” Coleman said. “We missed him today and although Junichi Inamoto’s not used to playing out there, he put in a good shift for us.”