Wolves moved closer to securing their Premier League survival after battling to a drab goalless draw with Stoke.
Chances were limited with Stoke centre-back Abdoulaye Faye spurning a hat-trick of first half opportunities.
At the other end David Edwards headed straight at Thomas Sorensen while Mamady Sidibe blazed over from close range for Stoke in the second half.
Late on Glenn Whelan's strike flew over the bar for Stoke while Kevin Foley's volley was just wide for Wolves.
The result sees Wolves move on to 33 points, six points above the relegation zone with just four games to play.
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The first half was scrappy with Wolves enjoying their fair share of possession but struggling in the final third. Indeed they looked like a side who had failed to score in six of their previous seven league matches at Molineux.
Stoke predictably relied on set-pieces to put their hosts under pressure with Faye heading wide from Rory Delap's long throw early on while Robert Huth's back header was straight at keeper Marcus Hahnemann.
Wolves first foray into Stoke's box saw David Jones just fail to get on to the end of Foley's cross from 12 yards out following decent build-up play by Mick McCarthy's side.
Faye was back in the action at the other end for Stoke - first heading Whelan's hooked ball over the bar while later heading Delap's throw just wide.
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