Norwich City defeat was rough justice for Wolves head coach Walter Zenga
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Walter Zenga was convinced Wolves were short-changed against Norwich City.
The Canaries' looked in total command after goals from Cameron Jerome and Robbie Brady before Dave Edwards' 80th-minute header set up a home onslaught at Molineux.
'I think that we didn't deserve to lose the game. In my opinion we deserved more than zero points,' said the Italian. 'They had a chance to kill the game on 2-0, and we had a chance to open the game with 30 minutes left. But we didn't score. At 1-0 down we had a great chance with (Nouha) Dicko and in the second half Norwich didn't really get out from their midfield.
'I thought we played a nice game, but Norwich took two of their chances and we only took one. With a bit more luck we might have gone on and got another and I think that would have been a deserved draw. Over the game I think Carl (Ikeme) has made one good save, at 1-0, to keep the game open. In the second-half we put them under a lot of pressure and the only time they went through from midfield they scored a goal. I think things went against us and everything was turning to the left side instead of the right side, but we have to continue to work and believe in ourselves.'
Striker Dicko was denied by Michael McGovern in his first Wolves outing since August 2015 following a knee lay-off.
'It would have been wonderful for him to have scored immediately,' said Zenga. 'Dicko is an important player for us and we have to take care of him because he showed that he can do a good job for us. His last game was one year and two months ago. We're happy for him. It would have been amazing if he had scored. I spoke to Nouha when I arrived here and said that after he had been out for so long it was important for him to build up week by week.
'It was a decision that he would come back in November. But then you see a player now doing well and working hard.'