Tuesday night's 3-0 victory over West Ham was an illustration of the heights which Nuno Espirito Santo's side aim to hit every week, said captain Conor Coady.
Some terrific attacking play saw Wolves convert three of their second-half chances while, at the other end, they didn't allow the visitors a single shot on target in what was a comfortable evening for Rui Patricio. It was the clean sheet - Wolves' first since December's victory over Bournemouth - which pleased Coady most.
On the clean sheet
"It was important. We spoke about it before the game; about getting better and improving defensively, and we did that tonight. It was about getting close to each other, being compact, supporting each other and covering round, and we did that all evening.
"I thought we were brilliant - I really did. I thought we controlled the game from start to finish and that was how we wanted to play."
On Wolves' attacking play
"We scored three fantastic goals, and the boys who scored the goals have won the game for us.
"Maybe we should have had a penalty when Diogo got a nudge in the back, but it was the referee's decision and we got on with it. I thought the goals were taken fantastically well and the way the boys played all round was brilliant tonight - we enjoyed it."
On the team spirit
"The spirit is a huge part of this football club, and of the dressing room. Everyone knows how close we are as a unit - we're not a big squad, but we're very close.
"We're enjoying every minute, and it was nice to get a good win - and in the end a comfortable win - tonight."