Saha 'played' for penalty - Hunt
Hunt had put Wolves ahead with a penalty of his own in the first half, but Everton fought back and secured the points when Leighton Baines scored from the spot in the 83rd minute. Hunt, however, felt the Toffees should never have been awarded a penalty in the first place. He told The Sun: "We feel hard done by with the second goal. It wasn't a corner and it was a harsh penalty. "Saha was clever about it but the referee wasn't the best. To a certain degree you are looking for a strong referee. "I'm not here to criticise them - they have a difficult job - but Saha was clearly not blatantly pushed. "He has used his momentum to stop and let Wardy (Stephen Ward) run into him. It's more clever than anything else. He's played for the penalty and has got it."