As I write this report we still await Brentford’s result at MK Dons.
But in every respect, save for one mathematical anomaly, Wolves are champions of League One.
With the least goals conceded, most goals scored and a points tally that could yet write one more notable record, deservedly so you would say.
From the 99 points already accumulated, today’s three weren’t the easiest gained, a fact underlined by Carl Ikeme again taking home the champagne.
Our goalkeeper repeatedly bailed his team mates out as Orient poured forward either side of half time.
They’ll also count themselves unlucky following a strong penalty shout for handball and a goal chalked off for a marginal offside decision.
By that point, Wolves had already inflicted requisite damage thanks to a smart Stearman header and a well directed Sako volley.
And with the storm weathered after the break, the final third of the game was seen out with relative ease.
James Henry’s exclamation point finish added gloss to the scoreline and gave the midfielder a double digit goal tally for the season.
He’s been unlucky to find himself out of the side after playing an instrumental role for the majority of this sparkling campaign. But that in itself pays tribute to the strength of Kenny Jackett’s squad.
His thoughts, for all his denials, must now be turning towards what might need adding to this record breaking group to ensure a comfortable Championship transition.
Evolution not revolution is the order of the day. To rip this team apart on the assumption they won’t be able to compete would be a bold and risky approach.
How they operate as a unit and not just as individuals has perhaps been the most impressive aspect of all.
That cohesion must be preserved at all costs.
It’s the hallmark of champions.