West Ham boss David Moyes: "We expected Adama Traore to start, or to come on, but we didn't defend the crosses well enough when they came in, so that was probably the most disappointing thing.
"We were short in attacking players, short of options, we didn't get anything going.
"It was a different experience with no crowd there, I'd be lying if I said I enjoyed it. We missed the atmosphere, that's what we're going to have to get better at dealing with."
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo on whether Traore will start against Bournemouth on Wednesday: "We introduced some speed and we were more accurate and able to finish more actions. The idea is always the same, the players come onto the pitch to help the team.
"Each game has it's own history and it's own preparation. In the next game we have to decide again who plays.
"The performance was good. We kept West Ham, a good team with good players, away from our goal and we managed the second half well.
"I take satisfaction from that. But we hope and pray that soon we can play in front of fans."