Wolves manager Stale Solbakken disputed Sheffield Wednesday claims that his side were lucky to claim a 1-0 win at Molineux.
Bakary Sako's disputed free-kick, his third goal since arriving from St Etienne, proved the difference between two well-matched sides and lifted Wolves to fourth in the Championship.
Solbakken said: "We were by far the best team. They did not have one chance all game. I have not looked at the table. I think we can wait a little bit to look at the table."
On Sako, he added: "I think we can beat anyone, but we can also lose to anyone. It is very, very even in the league and very small margins.
"He has got a deadly left foot and he can change a game in a split second. That is a trademark of good players. His set-piece delivery is one of his biggest strengths. Sako can give a lot of assists and also score some goals for us."
Frenchman Sako had been given a second chance to take the deadball that earned his side fourth straight victory after a first cheeky quick effort.
Solbakken added: "That is a clear one. The referee says 'I have to blow the whistle'. That is why he gets the yellow card and the referee does everything right. He got that spot on - first the yellow and the goal."