Tony Mowbray cut a frustrated figure after his side were held to a goalless draw by Wolves.
The Rovers had the better of the match and the chances throughout at Molineux, but their inability to take them proved costly.
The manager felt they controlled the game for long spells, but was disappointed they weren't able to make the most of it.
"It is a pretty quiet dressing room in there," Mowbray told Rovers PlayerHD. "It was a missed opportunity to get three points here today.
"We bossed the ball for long spells, we got into some good areas, but lacked a bit of quality at times to pick the right pass, or to get enough men in the box.
"It wasn't too dis-similar to the Forest game, but we had a lot more of the ball today, we still played with a solid shape and made it difficult for them to have chances against us.
"We stand here frustrated that we didn't take three points in a game that we felt we deserved, but we didn't get them.
"We'll take the point and move onto the next one."
Rovers return to Ewood for the final time this season when Aston Villa are the visitors next Saturday.
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