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Last Updated: Saturday, 28 February, 2004, 19:04 GMT
Jones joy at precious point
Wolves boss Dave Jones
Wolves boss Dave Jones admitted he was happy to take a point from Leicester.

"I'm just glad we got a draw because it was important not to lose. It wasn't the prettiest of games and the keepers only had one save each," said Jones.

"Both sets of defenders were on top. We knew what Leicester would do and they didn't disappoint us, and we worked hard on defending balls into the box.

"If we did that we always felt it was going to be comfortable. I thought a point each was a fair result."

Jones was quick to play down a first-half flare-up between Wolves midfielder Alex Rae and Leicester striker Paul Dickov.

"I asked the fourth official Paul Durkin about the Rae-Dickov incident and he said there had just been a bit of argy-bargy.

"I felt that the referee Jeff Winter dealt with it reasonably well and both sets of players then got on with things.

"There was a bit of shouting in the tunnel at half-time but it was something about nothing at the end of the day."

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