Fulham manager Scott Parker told BBC Match of the Day: "I've been involved in the game for many years and that is a painful one tonight. When the game ends like it does, it's not a good feeling.
"We have had punches that should have knocked us out this season but they haven't done that. We have gone and beat some big teams and Arsenal is going to be a must-win, other games will be must-win but we will keep our resolve.
"You may think I am mad but I honestly believe in this team. What is ingrained in me is a desire, an effort and fight and my team showed that tonight. It's been fine margins all season, what's key is you get back up fighting.
"There's only one way we come back from this and that's come back fighting with your hands up, jabbing away. Never let anything sink us. I'm as low as the players tonight but I can guarantee you on Monday we'll be back in and I'll give everything."
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo: "Fulham caused us numerous problems and the game broke in the very last minute. It is difficult for Adama Traore to find spaces because the opponents foul him a lot.
"Half-time was disturbed because of the disallowed goal, the players were out of focus. I told them to forget about VAR and we will analyse later. Our priority was to defend and then break.
"The win was very important. This is what we want for the rest of the season, there are a lot of games to be played and we have a lot of things to improve."