Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to Sky Sports: "One point against Wolves normally wouldn't be a bad result because they are a strong opponent. But scoring in the first minute and having 89 minutes to score more, there's a sense of feeling frustrated.
"I know the way I prepare the team, I know all that and don't want to say much more than that. We didn't have that ambition or desire to go for more.
"You know the way I work."
Asked what his side need to do more, Mourinho added: "It's not for me to talk to you about it. I know my team and my players better than anyone."
Mourinho to BBC Sport: "I don't know if we deserved more than a point. We had the best thing that can happen to a team which is to score in the first minute. We had control of the game and conceded from a corner. We had 89 minutes to score more goals and we didn't.
"It is very disappointing, it is like against Liverpool where you control dangerous players for 90 minutes and concede from a set-piece.
"Tanguy Ndombele had a good game when he had energy. I didn't want us to sit deep, I put Bergwijn on for Reguilon, a fresh Lamela for a tired Son.
"Defending deep, that's not the intention. They know what I asked them at half-time, if they couldn't do better it's because they couldn't do better."
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to Sky Sports: "I think we performed really well. We played a good game and were very intense and very aggressive against a dangerous side.
"It's a learning process. We demand focus from the start and we know the edge is not there with no fans. It happens and you have to react.
"We stayed in the game and defended well. We have a squad of young players that we trust. We are trying to build a good team."