Another week, another Wolves victory.
If we carry on at this rate, you’d be forgiven for thinking this Premier League lark is quite easy.
Seventh in the table and just two points off a Champions League place, dare we dream of a European adventure?
Given we’ve still another 30 games to play, it’s probably best not to get too carried away for now.
That will certainly be the view of our head coach, who is always preaching the virtue of humility despite the fact he has now presided over an incredible 38 victories since taking the reins last summer.
Like last week, this win was hard fought against a Crystal Palace side with more talent than their league position suggests.
We saw little of the ball in the opening stages, with Andros Townsend largely dictating play and Wilfried Zaha coming close to crafting an opening goal.
But as soon as we managed our first counter attack of the afternoon – one which saw Raul fire wide – the dynamics of the game began to change.
What’s most pleasing about this Wolves side is that you can only stop them playing for so long.
As soon as they get on the ball, we begin to dominate proceedings.
So it proved at Selhurst Park, particularly in a second half which saw the impressive Raul tee up Matt Doherty for an expertly struck opener.
It was another great moment on the terraces, with the away fans raucous and the players clearly delighted.
What transpired after was considerably more stressful, with Palace coming close to getting an equaliser on two occasions.
Rui Patricio was there to foil their efforts however, and the points were in the bag at full time.
It’s hard to point out one of our summer signings as being better than any other, but Patricio can genuinely be considered a world class acquisition.
He organises the defence superbly and is one of the best shot stoppers I’ve seen play, as testified by his incredible double save in the second half.
Put simply, watching him and this team is the stuff dreams are made of.
Long may it continue.