Burnley boss Sean Dyche speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought it was deserved. Generally over the last five or six games performances have been good, including tonight.
"We created some great chances and, hyper-critically, we could have had the game sealed earlier on. It is a very important result, the players have worked hard.
"Sometimes you have to change things and Ashley (Barnes) has been sharp in training. I believe stats start coming your way and they have. We have been creating chances."
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo to BBC Sport: "Football is a physical game, a game of contact and referees taking the decisions and being fair, but the referee is not good enough to whistle, Lee Mason is not good enough.
"The way he handles the game, it isn't about the major, crucial decisions, it is about how he handles the players, both teams are always arguing the decision. He must improve because the game requires good refereeing and good handling of the game so the players can perform.
"It is his job, he has to improve, he has to get better. When we saw the nomination, we did not understand it because he is a point of distraction. He worsens the flow of the game."