Ralph Hasenhüttl was pleased with a share of the spoils as Southampton left Molineux with a valuable Premier League point following a 1-1 draw with Wolves on Saturday afternoon.
Danny Ings was the scorer of Saints' goal, his fifth in four appearances, and the strike marked the first time he's scored in four consecutive games in his career.
The manager had plenty of praise for his striker, but also the work rate of his team as a whole - citing the important of bouncing back from a run of disappointing results in the league.
"I think we showed a much better performance and that's why we deserved a point today," the Austrian asserted. "It was a step forward.
"When you see the whole game I think they also had a few chances, two goals that were ruled out by VAR.
"A good organised performance from my team. We had chances also for a second goal, but finally we take this point. It's an important one for us. We go on from here.
"I've got no doubt, that after only one point from our home games, that we must do everything against Leicester next week.
"We need to be committed against a good opponent. It will be a tough game, but we will prepare and look for a good game plan and then let's see."