Wolves striker Steven Fletcher hailed his side's fighting spirit in coming from behind to beat Sunderland.
Fletcher scored two goals in eight minutes to cancel out Kieran Richardson's opener for Sunderland to earn Wolves a crucial three points.
Wolves keeper Wayne Hennessey saved Sebastian Larsson's penalty in the game's turning point with the home side going straight up to the other end of the pitch to equalise seconds later.
Fletcher admits the win was a massive result for Mick McCarthy's troops as they look to climb away from trouble at the wrong end of the table.
"It's a massive result," Fletcher told Sky Sports HD1.
"We knew it was a six pointer and going 1-0 down we took it on the chin but we showed we can come back.
"All credit to the lads.
"Its my job to score goals and I'm trying to do it as best as I can.
"We've already got belief that we can get out of where we are and that three points is great which is great as hopefully we can take that to next week."
Wales goalkeeper Hennessey was pleased with his performance after a tough week following the death of Gary Speed.
"It has been tough but saving a penalty for a goalkeeper is fantastic as they normally they go in but I had a bit of luck on the day," he said.
"I thought he (Larsson) was going to bend it back on himself and I changed my mind at the last minute."