Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says VAR is making players reluctant to celebrate and "in danger of becoming robots" following Willy Boly's disallowed goal in Friday's 0-0 draw with Leicester.
The French defender's header was ruled out because Pedro Neto's heel was fractionally offside in the build-up.
Wolves have now had four goals ruled out by VAR this season.
It was also their second VAR-disallowed goal against Leicester this term after Leander Dendoncker's effort was chalked off in a 0-0 draw on the opening day of the season.
The decision to disallow the goal on Friday night took over a minute and ignited anger from the Wolves supporters.
And their mood was not helped by seeing a still image of the incident, which appeared inconclusive to those inside the ground.
Had Boly's goal stood it would have been the first time Wolves had opened the scoring in a Premier League game since their 2-2 draw at Brighton on 8 December.
'I don't understand it and I don't think anyone else does'
Wolves captain Conor Coady has previously claimed VAR is "not working" and is "confusing" for players.
And it was not a surprise to see him race across to referee Mike Dean as the half-time whistle sounded.
Coady appeared to ask the official, "Who is offside, Jota? From a corner?" before walking away after receiving no answer, saying "You're the referee and even you don't know."
Speaking to BT Sport after the match his sense of frustration was evident: "I've spoken before, it doesn't really get you anywhere.
"I've said before, we should've won the game, I don't understand the decision and I don't think anyone else does."