Solskjaer still identified a number of positives to take from Wolves draw.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his side will continue to improve after their 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton on Monday night.
The Norwegian praised United's first half display but labelled the second half as 'sloppy'
The Red Devils looked in complete control in the first half, with Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves not having a shot on target and Anthony Martial hitting the back of the net in the 27th minute.
United failed to double the lead before half-time and ten minutes into the second half, Ruben Neves scored a stunning goal from 22 yards to put the homeside back in the game.
In the 68th minute, the visitors got a chance to win the match at the Molineux Stadium after Paul Pogba was fouled by Conor Coady, but the Frenchman's penalty kick was saved by goalkeeper Rui Patricio as the tie ended in a draw.
"We dominated possession, we get the first goal and second half we know they'll come out like a house on fire," Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
"They probably got the goal they deserve. I thought we took control again and could have won it.
"First half was a mature performance. Second half was a bit sloppy. We are improving. We are a young team who will learn, we learned on the pitch today.
"We get a penalty that normally would get us another two points, sometimes the keeper makes a good save."
On Alexis Sanchez potentially moving to Serie A side Inter Milan, who have already signed Lukaku from United, he said : "Let's see what happens in the coming few weeks. At the moment he is our player."