Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo: "The first half, for both teams it was tough and both teams were not able to play. Defensive organisation was very tight and the space was not there.
"It was a poor first half in terms of football but in the second half we managed to create a couple of chances. We deserved to win. The boys worked very hard and another clean sheet is important for us.
"It's about building and creating solutions going forward. On Saturday we have such a tough game so now we have to prepare."
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "It hurts deeply at the moment, the run we're on and the results we've had. There was very little goalmouth action from either team and we could easily have picked up a point.
"Our organisation was good, but we were more wasteful with the ball as the game went on and that disappoints us as we're better than that.
"It was a definite improvement from the Crystal Palace game in terms of intensity and defensive organisation. I can't fault the attitude and commitment of the players so hopefully that will change our fortunes quickly."