Frustrated Brentford boss Dean Smith blasted the match officials after seeing his side's search for a first Sky Bet Championship win of the season continue.
Josh Clarke fired the Bees into an early lead, but they were pegged back after the break when Liam Moore was bundled over in the box and Liam Kelly smashed home from the penalty spot.
The 1-1 draw left Smith scratching his head once again, and he said: "It's a case of deja vu.
"I keep coming in after games and the message is the same every week. I've even joked that we could send a cardboard cut-out of me in.
"I can't fault our attitude or quality, apart from 15 minutes after half-time. We are creating chances and working hard but the luck just isn't with us.
"I've even asked the lads if any of them have smashed a mirror over the summer."
The normally reserved Smith was critical of referee Tony Harrington's lack of consistency.
The official awarded a penalty against Rico Henry but waved away appeals when Paul McShane, who led a charmed life with the referee after collecting a yellow in the third minute, handled in the box and pole-axed Neal Maupay.
Florian Jozefzoon was also hauled over minutes before the Royals' equaliser, and Smith said: "Two of our boys have been tackled from behind and we get nothing.
"Three of their players were already on bookings and some of the tackles were just allowed to go on. All we are asking for is consistency. I didn't think the ref was very good today.
"We are talking about five big decisions and only one has been given and that can't be right at this level with professional officials.
"That was probably the most frustrated I've been because a lot of the decisions didn't go our way and I couldn't even have a conversation with the fourth official."
Smith insists that only Wolves have been on a par with his struggling side this season, and added: "We will just keep working hard and eventually we will get our rewards."