Player Ratings: Hull City 2-0 Wolves

Last updated : 11 November 2006 By Andy Beill
Boaz Myhill (7) - Made a good save after Turner's mistake in the second half left him one-on-one. Otherwise most was hit straight at him and he wasn't tested with crosses.

Danny Mills (8) - Great first half, really commanding and was at the heart of all our play. Quieter in the second half but just as efficient. Would be great if he stays longer than just next week's game.

Sam Ricketts (7) - Another game where he looked much better on the left than on the right. Went on one good run in the second half and was unlucky to have his shot blocked. This position is his if he have a good enough player for the other side.

Danny Coles (7) - Nice for him to captain the side and he put in a good performance. His best moment came in the closing minutes as he did well to deal with a low cross in front of his own goal.

Michael Turner (7) - Gave Wolves two of their best chances, the free kick in the first half, which he looked unlucky to be penalised for, and early in the second half his lapse defending let Johnson go one-on-one with Myhill but we got away with it. Otherwise, he was solid.

Craig Fagan (8) - Did well under pressure from Clapham to score the first goal. The second goal was all down to Fagan as well. If he can keep this form up and continue to play without losing his head he can be a key player for us.

Stuart Elliott (8) - Looking like the Elliott of old. He looked a threat and his goal was well deserved. Some full blooded challenges and total commitment were great to see.

Dean Marney (6) - Worked hard but looked a little lost in the second half as he chased Wolves players in possession. Managed to get a couple of long range shots in but didn't hit them as well as he'd have wanted. Struggled to impose himself on Wolves much but not for a lack of trying - probably worth his place again next week.

Jason Jarrett (7) - Quietly effective. Worked hard, helped us keep things together in the middle and didn't do anything silly.

Damien Delaney (7) - Another vital part of our hard-working midfield. He can look a good midfielder when we're playing this kind of system. Was stupid to get himself booked for holding the ball instead of giving it back for a Wolves free kick. Unlucky not to be given the chance to get in on goal as the ref pulled play back instead of letting us have the advantage. Did well at beating a man and putting a cross in as well in the first half.

Jon Parkin - Came close with a shot before having to go off injured. Might struggle to get his place back when he's fit again though.

Nicky Forster (7) - Worked hard despite a lack of match fitness. Closed down defenders and made himself available when we were clearing the ball.

John Welsh - Was only on for a minute or two but a worthwhile substitution to run the clock down and to let Elliott get a round of applause when he went off.