Barnsley skipper Stephen Foster is struggling to accept how his side can be 28 points worse off than Championship leaders Wolves.

The Reds lost 2-0 at Molineux on Saturday and lie sixth-from-bottom of the table, but Foster insists there is little to choose between the two sides.

He told the club's official website: "We played very well at Wolves, passed it well but did not make their keeper make many saves. We are nearly there as a team and are playing pretty well, but it is just that final thing.

"There was not that much between the teams. There was not three points between us on the day and they are not worth double the number of points.

"That is something else which is very frustrating and that is something we have to put right.

"Wolves picked up a win without playing well and they have that winning mentality and winning formula. We have not had that in the last few weeks."
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