Ivan Cavaleiro was instrumental in a free-flowing attacking displaying, setting Diogo Jota and Ruben Vinagre on their way to finding the back of the net.
Their strikes came either side of Romain Saiss’ first goal for the club, which had Wolves sitting pretty at half-time.
It got better after the break when Matt Doherty squared for Leo Bonatini to knock home the fourth, as Nuno Espirito Santo’s men moved to within a point of the Championship summit.
Now we look back at the online content surrounding an enjoyable afternoon in the Staffordshire rain, as Wolves got back on track.
Every angle was covered at the Pirelli Stadium, with the highlights available below and both Goal Cam and Fan Cam posted by @Wolves on Twitter across the weekend.
Nuno, Jota and Danny Batth all spoke to the media post-mach. Nuno insisted Wolves must keep their feet on the ground, while Jota gave his thoughts on his sixth goal of the campaign. Meanwhile, Batth made his 200th Wolves appearance on Saturday and was naturally pleased to hit the milestone. The views of all three are available below.