Wolves manager Kenny Jackett felt that his side were "unlucky" to be on the losing side of a tough, battling encounter with Huddersfield Town.

Nahki Wells handed Town the full complement of points when he converted James Husband's cross on 79 minutes for the only goal of the game.

Town dominated possession but both sides struggled to create many chances, and the final numbers chalked up just one shot on target apiece.

David Wagner praised his side's patience in seeing out the game once they had taken the lead and proving they had learned from mistakes made at Preston.

However, his opposite number felt that the result was not a fair reflection of the contest.

"It's frustrating, I don't think we deserved to lose. We battled, scrapped and worked very hard on a tough day," declared Jackett.

"To get no points is unfortunate and unlucky for the players.

"I felt it was a battle, a scrappy game. In the first half probably Huddersfield had more of it although we defended well.

"In the second period I thought we got on top of them and probably, because of the wind and the fact they couldn't get out, we got on top of them physically and had some good breaks.

READ MORE: LOOK: Can you spot yourself in our fan gallery from Huddersfield Town's win against Wolves?

READ MORE: Nothing better than a gritty win: Your reaction to Huddersfield Town 1 Wolves 0

"But there's a key moment in the game, obviously Wells is a goalscorer, he's put the chance away.

"Even after that we've had two good chances with Mason getting down the right channel, the keeper's come out and smothered him quite well.

"Similarly he's come to the edge of the box and blocked Sigurdarson.

"Results are the bottom line and we didn't get a result today. We've lost a very tight game, we're not happy with that."

With the contest still goalless at the break, Jackett felt that it was his own side who looked the likelier to find the breakthrough in a tight game.

He added: "In the second half I thought we were the more likely to win it.

"But we've won some very close games like that in recent months and unfortunately today that one just went away from us."