Wolves striker Fabio Silva, speaking to Sky Sports: "The team fight until the end. We have to be proud for that. In the first half we need to be more focused. The team need to move on to the next game.
"I don't listen to what people say, I work every day and my coach and team-mates help me a lot. I am happy to help the team with a goal, which gives more confidence for a striker.
"We need to take the character and spirit, not the result and use that for the remaining games."
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo to Sky Sports: "Not a bad game. In possession we started well, but we were very poor in defence. There were players running 30, 40 metres and it takes away from all the good things we did in attack.
"When you don't have the same players everything is not the same and it becomes harder. The reaction was good but we started very bad. Conceding three goals against a top team like West Ham makes it very difficult to reverse the result."
On injuries: "It has been a test all season long - not only for us but all teams. It is testing us and making us find solutions to finish the season well. But it has been a tough test."