On paper, this looked an evenly matched game.
Everton impressed at Molineux in August and, despite their iffy league form, have some good players on their books.
But, with the exception of goalscorer Andre Gomes, they were made to look distinctly average by a Wolves team that seem to have found another level in recent weeks.
Seventh and on the coattails of Manchester United and Arsenal, this really is the stuff dreams are made of.
You got the sense it was going to be our afternoon when Matt Doherty won a penalty from the hapless Leighton Baines inside the first 10 minutes.
Reuben Neves dispatched that with ease and Wolves were on their way to a third successive league win.
Gomes’ leveller temporarily spoiled the fun, but another classy assist from Joao Moutinho laid on an eleventh goal of the season for Raul Jimenez.
To think that the former cost £15m less than Michael Keane, who was tormented by Diogo Jota all afternoon, is flabbergasting.
And as for Raul, the sooner we get him signed up the better. He has become the figurehead of this team and is so crucial to everything we do.
With Leander Dendoncker and Jonny also impressing, it’s easy to see why Nuno was in no rush to deal any players in during January.
With two expensively assembled teams easily dispatched over the last two games, the shrewdness of our own transfer dealings has really come to light.
There’s no egos in this team, just pure quality.
Better dust off your passport, because they’re going to be sending us on a European tour at this rate.