Captain Conor Coady hailed Wolves' togetherness and spirit as Willy Boly's late, late goal salvaged a deserved point against Newcastle United at Molineux on Monday evening.
Boly nodded in at the far post with virtually the last action of the game to ensure that Nuno Espirito Santo's side took away a share of the points, and in doing so extended their unbeaten Premier League run to four matches. The equaliser was the latest in a series of meaningful late goals that Wolves have registered this season, and Coady was delighted that his side were able to continue what is quickly becoming a valuable habit.
On the late goal
"We've said it plenty of times; we're a close-knit group and we don't give up - we've shown that again tonight.
"You get to that point where you think it's not going to be your night. We were getting little chances here and there - Raul's header, Adama at the back post - but we've got players in our dressing room who will never give up.
"It's something we like having in our locker - that fight and that willingness to get back into games to get a win or a draw, and we've done it again tonight."
On the performance as a whole
"To be honest I thought it would have been a crime if we'd not got anything out of the game. I thought we controlled the game, kept our shape and nullified their chances, as well as creating chances of our own.
"The goal we conceded is a poor one, but we'll learn from that. We kept on playing, though - Newcastle set up well and tried to frustrate us, but in the end, we deserved to come away with something."
On the next game - Bristol City in the FA Cup
"We'd still like to have more points in the league - I think there are a couple of games where we should have taken more, but we are where we are and now we've got a good game in the FA Cup to look forward to at the weekend.
"Everyone is looking forward to it; ask any of the boys - we can't wait. We've got good memories of Bristol (after last season's dramatic league win at Ashton Gate) but we know they are a good team that can hurt you, and we need to respect them as a football club.
"It's an amazing cup - all the players are looking forward to it. We know the fans will follow us to Bristol, and we need to enjoy it and make it count."