By Press Association Reporter
Published: 22:56 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 22:57 GMT, 1 January 2019
Roy Hodgson has dismissed suggestions Crystal Palace have lost their creative streak as they prepare to visit Wolves on Wednesday.
Palace defended impressively on Sunday to limit Chelsea to only one goal in a 1-0 defeat when a wider margin of victory had been expected, but having fallen behind they also offered so little in the final third that an equalising goal never looked likely.
Having had to do so well to escape relegation last year, Palace have since struggled to consistently score - they have netted only five times at Selhurst Park this season - but Hodgson insists their finishing ability is his only concern.
Roy Hodgson accepts his side need to score more but thinks they are still creating chances
The Eagles have struggled to put the ball in the net despite looking solid defensively
To that end the promising Dominic Solanke is expected to arrive on loan from Liverpool, and the Palace manager