Stoke boss Tony Pulis shrugged off two penalty appeals for handball his side had turned down during the 2-0 defeat by Fulham.
Chris Baird's double secured a rare away win for the Potters while Pulis seemed more concerned with a tackle Brede Hangeland made on Rory Delap.
"The one situation that did disappoint me was the incident with Hangeland and Rory," said Pulis.
"It is a poor challenge and for the referee not to give a free-kick when he is standing two yards away from it was desperately disappointing.
"He might not book him, but he didn't even give a free-kick and he has really caught Rory.
"I don't know about the penalties, I haven't seen them again yet."