Last Updated: Sat, 26 Jan 2013 18:27
In-demand winger Tom Ince produced a dazzling display in Blackpool's 2-1 victory over Wolves to leave boss Dean Saunders still searching for his first win.
Ince, a reported transfer target for his former club Liverpool ahead of next week's transfer deadline, scored a goal in each half as the managerless Seasiders came from behind to end a run of six npower Championship matches without a win.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, who bagged a brace when Wolves won 2-1 at Bloomfield Road before Christmas, headed the home side into a deserved early lead.
Slawomir Peszko found the overlapping Ronald Zubar on right-flank with a beautifully weighted pass and the full-back's first-time cross was clinically converted by Ebanks-Blake for his 11th goal of the campaign.
Blackpool rarely threatened in the opening period but Ince capitalised on a dreadful error by Wolves centre-back Roger Johnson to level matters on the stroke of half-time.
Johnson attempted to shepherd the ball back to goalkeeper Carl Ikeme but there was not enough pace on it. At odds with the indecision around him, Ince reacted quickly to steal between Johnson and Ikeme before slotting home from an acute angle.
That ended a personal goal drought of 10 matches and, after Ebanks-Blake spurned a glorious chance to put Wanderers ahead for a second time, the England Under-21 star netted his 15th of the season in the 78th minute when Ikeme could not keep out a 25-yard piledriver.
Johnson concluded a miserable afternoon by collecting an injury-time red card for tangling with Angel Martinez.
Wolves drop to 18th in the table, four places below Blackpool, following consecutive draws in Saunders' first three games at the helm.
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