Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "We started the game well, organised. We had some problems in attack. Fulham were organised. Second half we were much better, we created and were on the front foot and got the goal.
"It was important to bounce back from last week but we know it is important to improve.
"We made a lot of things better than last week but with our standards I believe we should do better. We should manage the game better after we score."
On players going for international duty: "We are proud our players go to national teams but I think the schedule is not correct. It is the pandemic and everyone has to adjust so we assess and decide and keep them going."
Fulham boss Scott Parker, speaking to Sky Sports: “I am delighted and proud of the team in what they produced today. They showed every facet of what a team needs to show, it has been well documented defensively in terms of conceding goals. For large parts we nullified their threat as a counter-attacking team and on the other side of it we defended as best we can.
"When you are trying to build teams and an understanding of what hard work is we as a team have been absolutely gutted at some of the goals we have conceded. The players are hurting as much as anyone they are not winning games.
"I think we got a performance today. We have had that in other games as well. We need to understand. If you could wave a magic wand or click a finger and everything would be perfect but it is not that easy. The case is hard work, keep understanding what we need to get better."
On Ademola Lookman: "You saw the boy’s quality in the time he had on the pitch. There is a directness about him, a willingness to cause problems and that is what we need. He will be a massive asset for us."
On potential transfers: "We are in the market, we are hoping to get some players in to help us. If it is not the case then this group of players will come out fighting."