Head coach on Wolves loss.

Leeds United head coach Thomas Christiansen spoke exclusively to LUTV following Wednesday’s defeat against Wolves.

The Whites, who were reduced to ten men in the second half, were beaten 4-1 at Molineux by the Sky Bet Championship leaders.

United’s head coach was disappointed with the defeat against the table toppers.

“We don’t like to lose, we conceded two early goals and in the second half we wanted to react,” said Christiansen.

“We got an early goal and were playing well, but receiving a red card against the best team in the league made it very difficult for us. 

“Perhaps I could have taken Ronaldo off and made a change before, but in that moment, we were pushing very well for an equaliser.

“The response in the second half was very good, but we cannot be satisfied with the final result.

“I believe Wolverhampton will be one of the favourties to get promoted, it is very early on in the season, but they have a great amount of quality in their squad and are hard to beat.

“We will work to improve on tonight, it was a difficult game against a difficult opponent and we will learn from it.

“We have a big game on Saturday now against Barnsley, I believe in my team and that we can bounce back and get the three points.”

You can see the full interview with Thomas Christiansen below: