Aston Villa boss Dean Smith: "When Jack scores you think 'That's it we're safe' but a deflection made it a little bit nervous, but we saw it out well.
"I'm immensely proud and I've said that in the dressing room.
"We had seen Watford play earlier and get beat. We knew we had to get a win to even catch them up," Smith told BBC Sport. "By getting the win it puts our fate in our own hands.
"There was a lot of character and a lot of courage from the players.
It completed a miserable day for Hodgson's side, who have lost five of their six games since the Premier League resumed.
"Christian Benteke has missed a lot of football this season through injury and got himself fit to play," said Hodgson.
"We've always focused on the game and that won't change," said Klopp.
"We didn't come here and have the numbers we have because we thought about breaking records.
"Hopefully in the future, when the record ends or the season ends, I can start thinking about it.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo speaking to BBC Sport:
"I'm happy with the hard work of the players, but we did not start well. We were not able to have our possession. We won a lot of second balls which was important in this game.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith speaking to Match of the Day: "It's an annoying point. The majority of the game I thought we were the better team. Our defensive display was good but we have to be more clinical.
"I think we made Chelsea work very hard. It was always going to be a tough game for us - Chelsea are an established Champions League team," said Villa boss Smith
"We have worked all through the lockdown to be tougher to beat defensively and I thought we were.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "I think the goalkeeper was in the Holte End when he caught it - or dragged it back. My issue is obviously one of frustration. Seven cameras haven't picked it up - the most technical league in the world - everything we see at every angle and it hasn't seen a goal.
Villa boss Dean Smith: "I try to defend the players but today was not good enough. We got what we deserved.
"We spoke about having a good start but in the first 20 minutes we never laid a glove on them.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho to BBC Sport: "I thought we deserved to win but I think they did not deserve to lose. Villa played to win."
On the Spurs penalty: "Steven Bergwijn, I don't know if I call him naive or too honest - the referees tell us pre-match, 'Don't ask for anything, don't surround me, don't do the motion of the screen'.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "The red card changed everything, we felt a little bit bit hard done by on that decision - Jeff [Jefferson Lerma] was incredibly unlucky as there were other challenges in the game that didn't get punished with a yellow card which were worse than that.