WOLVES TAKE STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION
THERE is no doubt that it will be the home side that are happiest with this point.
Yes, Kenny Jackett will point to his side finishing much the stronger, creating the lion’s share of chances and coming closest to achieving victory.
But it was always going to be about the performance for Wolves after four loses in their last five and some disjointed efforts in recent weeks.
Mike Williamson is settling in nicely now and importantly that is allowing Danny Batth to get back to his best after the loss of regular partner Richard Stearman.
Wolves kept a dangerous looking Clarets side quiet for long periods and that gives them something to build on after the international break which happens next week.
For the visitors it was a point gained, and seven in a week, which keeps them in contention at the top and allowed boss Sean Dyche to be philosophical.
He knows there is still plenty to play for.
STAR MAN JOEY BARTON