Wolves manager Dean Saunders admitted he is "devastated" after his team fell to a 2-1 npower Championship defeat against 10-man Burnley.

They are now three points adrift of safety ahead of next Saturday's final game of the season at Brighton.

Danny Ings and Martin Paterson gave Burnley a two-goal lead before a late consolation by Nouha Dicko

Burnley played the final 25 minutes with 10 men after Michael Duff was dismissed after collecting two yellow cards.

The result sparked a pitch invasion by angry fans and a protest outside the ground.

Saunders, who replaced Stale Solbakken in January, said: "I am devastated.

"We should never be in the position that we are in. We have got ourselves in a terrible position.

"We are not dead yet, obviously it is stacked up against us but stranger things have happened."

Burnley manager Sean Dyche said: "I am very pleased.

"There were some very good individual performances and obviously I was very pleased tactically with how we managed the game out."