WOLVES boss Mick McCarthy declared "we are back at it''after his side came from behind to grab a point against promotion rivals Cardiff City.
Normally, a home draw would not delight McCarthy but after recent poor performances, including a dismal defeat at Burnley last week, he said his side had produced a vastly improved showing and hopes they have now turned the corner.
Wolves could have held a commanding lead after Sylvan Ebanks-Blake put them in front but they wasted several chances and Cardiff bounced back to take the lead through Michael Chopra and Roger
Johnson before Bluebirds keeper Dimi Konstantopoulos gave Wolves a point with an horrendous own goal.
"I was disappointed we weren't further in front because it was a great start and a terrific first-half performance," he said.
"We haven't been playing well or picking up the points we thought we should have been, and this was a really improved performance.
"We were excellent for half-an-hour, really terrific.
"I thought our luck had deserted us. At Coventry, the ball hit the post and got sidefooted in for them and it rolled out for us. Then, with the equaliser, a bit of luck came back.
"We deserved that slice of luck. We made two real errors that cost us the goal and I always admire the players for the way they go about their job and they kept taking the game to them.
"We could have got done on the break once or twice and Wayne Hennessey made a good save, but they kept going.
"What people think of me or the players will be determined by the next 12 games, not by this game. It is certainly one point more than we had.
"The fact we have gone 2-1 down and with all those outside factors that seem apparent then I feel the players have handled it well. We were back at it and I was delighted."