Albion aside, the defeat that disappointed me most was Palace.
The shellackings handed out by West Ham and Liverpool were bad days at the office, but the reverse at Selhurst was a spurned chance to build some much-needed momentum.
With that in mind, it was vital we didn’t undo our good work in midweek by losing today.
A deserved draw against one of the league’s standout sides will hopefully provide a springboard from which we can revive our season.
We certainly looked a lot more like the Wolves we have come to know and love.
Disciplined at the back, uncomplicated in possession and occasionally daring in attack, we were certainly more than a match for Leicester.
And though the Foxes were the team asking more questions by the end of proceedings, they surely won’t feel aggrieved by the result.
Ricardo Pereira will certainly be counting his lucky stars that he doesn’t have to come up against Pedro Neto every week.
Our flying winger had his compatriot on strings for most of the afternoon, turning in another standout performance for the Sky cameras.
You sense that when he and Traore – who grew in stature as the game went on – hit full gear, so will the rest of the team.
However, it’s hard to see that being the case if Fabio Silva is leading the line.
Handed half an hour to impress, our record signing spawned a gilt-edged chance to bag the winner.
Call me harsh, but any half-decent forward should have put that away.
But, with four points from six on the board, now’s not the time to dwell on the negatives.
Whisper it quietly, Wolves may just be back in business.