Martin Dubravka has been in the spotlight this week.

The goalkeeper was at the centre of controversy on Monday night, as Wolves snatched away a vital three points. Willy Boly climbed higher than the goalkeeper to head home a last-gasp equaliser.

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However, replays showed that the Wolves defender had his hands on Dubravka, with most believing that Graham Scott missed a clear foul.

After the goal went in, you could clearly see the keeper and Jamaal Lascelles having a heated exchange of words, both furious with the goal.

The Chronicle reports that the skipper immediately apologised to Dubravka after the game, and the Slovakian has commented on what happened in the aftermath.

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Dubravka ready to move on

“No, there was no inquest,” the 30-year-old told the Chronicle.

“There was frustration, that’s normal. Afterwards we watched the clips and we decided there’s no point in letting it linger and criticising each other.

“From my angle it was definitely a free-kick. It was a foul.”

At the time, it looked like Dubravka wasn’t strong enough, and that was the general consensus on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football. But on closer inspection, you can clearly see Boly’s arms all over the keeper.

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The players must move on, and that’s exactly what they are doing according to Dubravka.

Lascelles was clearly very annoyed at the time, but that just highlights his passion for the club. Dubravka’s comments show that there is unity in the squad, which is what will hopefully help us survive.

Referee Scott certainly won’t help, that’s twice he’s done us over this season.

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