Adam Hammill hopes Wolves will start to get more luck with refereeing decisions after being on the wrong end of a couple of crucial recent calls.
Frank Lampard escaped a red card after his challenge on the Wolves winger during Monday afternoon's clash at Molineux, and then rubbed salt into the wound by grabbing a late winner for Chelsea.
Hammill insists he is happy that Lampard did not get sent off, but has called for consistency from referees in their decision-making.
"He caught me a little late, but I'm not going to make excuses. We should have seen the game out by tightening up and maybe not let him score," said Hammill.
"I think we just switched off at a vital time. We were two minutes away from getting a massive point, but let's not dwell on it.
"I don't want to say too much about the tackle. It's down to the ref to make his decision.
"I knew he caught me late and it was quite high, but as a player, you don't want to see another professional sent off."
Lampard's challenge inevitably drew comparisons with the red card awarded to Wolves midfielder Nenad Milijas for a tackle on Arsenal playmaker Mikel Arteta a week ago.
Hammill said: "I don't even think Ned's one was a foul but what you want is consistency.
"Lampard got booked, and then straight afterwards, I got booked for closing Ashley Cole down and I never touched him.
"You can't compare those two tackles. They were totally different. There's no consistency, and that's what we need to have.
"Sometimes the bigger clubs get the decisions but I'm sure it will even itself out."