Doyle admits half-time 'low'
Wolves striker Kevin Doyle has admitted that he and his team-mates were low on morale at half-time against Swansea City.
By Subhankar Mondal
Last Updated: 22/10/11 4:25pm
Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Kevin Doyle has admitted that he and his team-mates were low on morale at half-time against Swansea City at Molineux.
The Swans went into the interval 2-0 up, thanks to goals from Danny Graham and Joe Allen, but Wolves rallied in the final 10 minutes to snatch their first Premier League point in six matches through Doyle's and Jamie O'Hara's strikes.
Doyle was delighted with the point picked up against the Welsh team but conceded after the game that they were "as low as they could be" at half-time with a sixth straight league defeat staring at them.
"We were as low as we could be to be honest at half-time," the 28-year-old told Sky Sports. "We've lost five in a row and it looked like we were going to lose six, but we came back. It's a massive point for us.
"Everyone's high as a kite after being down in the dumps after 84 minutes."
Midfielder O'Hara too gave his thoughts following their dramatic draw and underlined the importance of conceding goals in the first session of matches.
"Again in the first half we go 2-0 down and it's not good for us to keep doing that," he remarked.
"Credit to the boys we got back in it, but we've got to stop doing that."