Wolves wonder winger Kyel Reid has revealed he was asked to go and "produce a bit of magic" by assistant manager Terry Connor as he entered the fray against Cardiff, 2-1 down and with just minutes to go.
Seconds later the substitute and West Ham United loan star had put Wolves back in the game when his curler caught Bluebirds'keeper Dimi Konstantopoulos on the back foot, forcing him to drop the ball into his own net.
Reid, who is on loan until the end of the season, said:
"Before I went on, Terry said 'You've got plenty of time to produce a bit of magic' and I said to myself I wanted to do something to try to get us back into the game.
"Once I hit it, I saw it take a deflection and go towards goal and I realised it was dipping further away from the keeper. But when I saw him catch it then drop it, I was more than happy to see it go in."
Reid admitted he had really been aiming for one of the frontmen but was delighted to get on the scoresheet and help Wolves secure a point.
"I was trying to whip it in and if it hadn't taken a deflection, it would have been a good ball for Vokesy (Sam Vokes) or Sylvan (Ebanks-Blake) to at-tack it," he said.
"But the way things have been going for us, sometimes you need that bit of luck and we can kick on from here.
"Hopefully it's a turning point."
Wolves have won only one game in their last 10 in the Championship and Reid added: "We're going to spend the week training hard and take it from there.
The results went well for us on Saturday so we knew we had to win, but a point's better than nothing."