Huddersfield Town star Jonathan Hogg does not believe he should have been sent off in the Terriers' 4-1 victory over Watford on Saturday.
The ex-Hornet was dismissed with half an hour to go at Vicarage Road for a mistimed tackle on Brazilian forward Richarlison.
But both yellow cards dished out by Michael Oliver were harsh - according to the midfielder - who also believes Watford skipper Troy Deeney should not have been sent from the field.
Hogg told the Hertfordshire Mercury: "The performance was spot on.
"Getting sent off wasn’t ideal. I felt both yellow cards were a bit soft. The same with Troy Deeney's red card.
"The referee made a mistake and tried to even it up, in my opinion. But getting the three points was what mattered."
He added: "Really, about the referee and the officials, I don’t want to say anything about them.
"I prefer you [the press] talk about the situation and you do your analysis. Of course, I have my my opinion but at the moment I don’t want to talk about it."
Hogg will be suspended for Town's clash with Southampton next weekend, with summer signing Danny Williams likely to take up the 29-year-old's role in the heart of the Terriers' team.