The Danish full-back, whose only previous taste of first-team action had come in the EFL Cup win over Bristol Rovers, came off the bench to level proceedings and give Nuno Espirito Santo's side what could prove a vital point in their battle to remain at the top of the Championship table.
The 20 year-old calmly converted Barry Douglas' cross in front of the South Bank, and afterwards spoke of his pride in his league debut and his first Wolves goal.
"It was a really big moment for me - to get my debut, to score and goal and to help the team, so I'm very happy," he said.
"I'm used to playing for the under-23s in front of maybe a couple of hundred people, so to be here and see all the fans was great. I was a bit nervous, because when you're on the bench you can see and hear all of the crowd, but when I got onto the pitch I was able to block it out and just focus on the game.
"For the goal, I just saw Barry get to the byline and I knew he would put the cross in, so I wanted to get myself in the box and get my head on it. It was a very special moment when I saw the ball go in - all the players came over to celebrate with me and it's a memory that will last for a long time."
Despite his headline-grabbing goal, the right-back remained modest about his goals for the immediate future.
"I was a bit surprised to be involved today, because I haven't trained with the team up until this game," he admitted. "But it was great to be included, and now I just want to keep training hard and doing well for the under-23s, and we will see where that leads."