RICARDO Fuller accused Wolves of sour grapes after his brace rescued Millwall a point at The Den on Saturday.
The visitors protested that substitute Richard Stearman wasn't given enough time to get into position before Fuller thrashed in an 87th-minute equaliser.
But the Jamaican forward insisted Stearman only had himself to blame for turning his back on play and said Wolves should have "applauded" his "great finish" instead of complaining.
"You have to put your hand up and accept there's not a lot you can do about that," Fuller said. "If they'd managed to do that against us we'd just have had to hold our hands up.
"Their team was set and if that goal had gone in against us you would just have had to applaud it because it's a great finish – and that's not just because I scored it.
"The touch was great, the finish was calm and composed. It's just great play in general.
"It was maybe a little bit unfair because the defender who came on wasn't really set but he was already running in. He turned his back and he should know not to turn his back.
"I already had a defender on me and I turned the defender with the touch because I knew where he was.
"I saw the ball coming in and knew I had to make a good touch for me to set myself to have a shot and that's exactly what I did."
Fuller was brought off the bench in the 57th minute but Wolves, who were winning 1-0 at that stage, quickly extended their lead by two goals.
It wasn't until Lee Gregory pulled one back – and Fuller thumped in a second – that Millwall looked like salvaging anything from the game.
"I never saw it coming," he said. "Leading up to the game in the week the chemistry and the work ethic and the cameraderie was fine.
"We felt like we did at the beginning of the season when we won our first two games. When we went 3-0 down I thought to myself, 'Surely it is not going to be like this.'
"And then when the gaffer put me on and their second goal went off my head, onto the post and the guy kicked it into the net I thought, 'Surely something's wrong.'
"But I thought me and Lee Martin started to really make a difference and the boys upped their game. We raised the tempo and that's what you need when you're a sub.
"I felt that the work ethic was back, the chemistry was back and the feeling was back. Just as I thought, we were back into it and we managed to pull it off."
Asked if performances like that were the reason boss Ian Holloway brought him to the club, Fuller added:
"Yes, as well as my experience – I have played in the Premier League with Stoke City at the highest level in England before.
"So my experience, my leadership and to have an impact [were the reasons].
"Obviously I'm 35 and maybe I'm not going to play every game but I'll play as much as I can, at a high tempo and with quality.
"That's what he's brought me here for and on Saturday I managed to do that.
"I have settled now – I only moved into my flat two weeks ago. I was in one of the club's apartments and hotels, so I was up and down.
"I moved from two places – my house in Crewe and the flat in Bromley. Now I'm in my place in Chislehurst so I'm more settled now.
"That is a good feeling for me and my family. Once my family is okay and I'm okay you can expect the best from me."