"A win is always good for the mood and confidence but I am not over the moon," Farke said.
"It was important that we were on top of our game to get some points because we are the underdogs in this league.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirto Santo: "It is not about frustration but realising what we did in the game and now analyse to say 'we could (have won)'.
"Leicester had possession in the first half but did not create, we scored in the first half and dominated a very good team.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers to BBC Sport: "We played very well in the first half with a new system. The players had great fluency. We pressed really hard.
"We worked them in the second half, stretched the game and it led to the third goal.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to BBC Sport: "I am happy about that. I appreciate it because I do not take it for granted and the boys have to do it every three days. We had big chances at the start of the game, did not score with them but stayed in the game and controlled it.
"When the season started, no-one expected us to be there," said Rodgers.
"There was a flash-up yesterday [on TV] about the title race and the top four. There were six players on the screen and not one of ours were there.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers: "When you play at home you always want to win. I think the players showed a great mentality. Norwich started bright and deservedly went in front but second half we were much better.
Brendan Rodgers says his Leicester team were "absolutely amazing" in their 4-1 win at Aston Villa to make it a club-record eight Premier League wins in a row.
odgers, whose side are six points clear of last season's champions Manchester City, is happy for Leicester to keep going about their business under the radar.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers speaking to Match of the Day: "We played very, very well considering we've come back from the international break. In the first 30 minutes we had control of the game and had chances to go in front.