Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti, speaking to BBC Sport: "We knew this would be a difficult game to play here.
"We played the game we had planned. We avoided to concede counter-attacks and tried to find the chance to be clinical when the opportunity came.
"We had a different approach without Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin. We played more to attack the flanks with Iwobi and Digne and it worked well because the first goal was a fantastic combination.
"Michael Keane is unbelievable with his head. His goal helped us to stay in a good position in the table.
"We perform better away because at home we don't have the support of our fans at the moment, which is really important. When we played with 2,000 of our supporters against Chelsea we won."
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was small details. First half I think we played a good game and in the second half both sides were very organised, it was just the small detail that we should do better - focus inside the box. That detail cost us the game.
"We got a good goal and in the first half I think we had more of the ball and played better but second half was very tight. Both teams were very organised and very compact. The moment we pushed to go for the game we conceded the goal."
How worried about the this run of form are you? "Very worried. It is something we know we need to improve but at the same time aware of what is happening and what we have to do for the future."