Wolves midfielder Karl Henry has apologised for being sent off in the weekend defeat at Wigan.
Henry was dismissed after just 11 minutes for a reckless challenge on Latics counterpart Jordi Gomez, and the Molineux outfit subsequently slipped to a 2-0 defeat.
The 27-year-old had protested against his dismissal on the pitch but , having seen the tackled again, admits referee Lee Mason got it right.
Henry told the club’s official website: “Having watched it again I can see that it looks horrific and realise that it was a deserved red card.
“I’ve already apologised to the manager, TC and the boys, but I’d also like to apologise to the supporters, especially the ones that travelled up to Wigan.
“If we had had 11 men on the pitch, there is no doubt in my mind that we would have won that game.
“I’m desperately disappointed – if I could go back and rerun it all again I wouldn’t make the challenge and I would have stayed on my feet.
“It’s something I’ll learn from. But things happen so quickly. I’d made the decision to go and win the ball and it turned out to be the wrong one.
“We started really well and I thought we were well in contention – especially in the first half. And so again, I’d like to stress how sorry I am because I know that I have let people down.”