West Ham's Mark Noble speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "The boys stuck in and dug in, we’ve lost Michail [Antonio] after 30-odd minutes after he was fantastic for us, and with Dec [Rice] missing out for us – that was terrible news and we hope he is back soon. We dug in and the spirit was great.
"Jesse [Lingard] makes the right decisions, he is a top player and has made a real difference to our team. All round, a top first half but disappointing when we conceded at the end. It’s a great win for us, away at Wolves – it's not been great for us here in the past."
On being in the mix for the Champions League: "Look at Liverpool against Arsenal, Chelsea slipped up but will come back, Spurs will be there – we need to keep winning. It wasn’t pretty in the second half, but when you are two ahead you tend to drop back."
West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to Sky Sports: "For a manager it is torture (game like that). Scoring three last week and three this, unfortunately conceding a few as well. It was really open. Both teams could have scored more.
"It felt like deja vu. We didn't manage it too well. We were going to try and make it four instead of settling for 3-0 at half-time. Some of our play in the first half was scintillating. Jesse (Lingard) was fantastic. Michail Antonio played as well as he has for a long while for 30 minutes. Were not sure on the injury. We will assess it tomorrow. It looks like he's felt his hamstring."
On the race for top four: "We have to go and take it on. Why not? I am hearing pundits talking about West Ham having a chance of Champions League. Nobody would have envisaged or mentioned that last season. Can we keep it going? We are going to try and compete with the big teams right until the end."