That’s more like it.
Views of the YouTube highlight reel are likely to be modest in number, but this was a much-needed return to basics for Wolves.
While I don’t believe that four at the back should be consigned to history, I doubt even the most ardent of purists would argue against our default setting being the best way forward for the time being.
Chelsea huffed and puffed while their new manager gesticulated furiously for the BT cameras, but the Blues couldn’t find a way past our resolute rearguard.
And who knows, on another night we might have pinched all three points. Neto certainly tried his best to ensure that was the case, turning in a performance that will do little to dispel rumours he could be next in line for a big money move out of Molineux.
But it’s far more sensible to focus on the positives of a second consecutive clean sheet (and the first in the league since late October) than dwell on that sobering prospect.
If we can get back into the habit of shutting opponents out, we’ll soon be able to dismiss any fears of us getting dragged into a relegation dogfight.
Performances like tonight may not be pretty but, as Frank Lampard will attest, football is a results business and our focus needs to be on climbing the table fast.
Willian Jose showed enough in his second-half cameo to suggest that might be easier to achieve with him leading the line.
Nuno was right to praise Fabio Silva’s work rate in his pre-match presser, but our new burly Brazilian looks like he can offer the sort of street smarts that the teenager understandably can’t at this stage of his development.
I’m excited to see how a front three of Jose, Neto and Adama/Podence develops, with the upcoming fixture against an inconsistent Palace offering a great stage for them to showcase what they can do.
Win there and I think we can start to feel a little more optimistic about our prospects for the second-half of the campaign.