Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo was proud of his side after they made it two consecutive wins in the Premier League, but was still left wanting more.
The visitors needed a last-gasp Matt Doherty strike to secure a 2-1 win at Newcastle united on Sunday, with the men from Molineux able to back up a 2-1 midweek home victory over Chelsea with another three-point return.
However, while being content with the way his players had stuck to their task against a Magpies side reduced to ten men early in the second half, the Portuguese remains focused on finding improvements which will help in the coming months.
He told reporters: "We must be proud because one thing we didn't abandon was that we stayed with the game. We stayed with our attacks, we stayed compact, we stayed organised like a team.
"We win, but the win cannot disguise things we must improve. No matter who we play, we always must maintain our standards, but we are improving, we are managing (games) better and we stayed with our tasks.
"Back-to-back wins is very difficult to achieve in such a hard competition like the Premier League, but we did it.
"After something so good like we achieved on Wednesday you can get distracted, but we didn't, so I'm very proud."
Wolves will hope to make it three league wins in a row next Saturday when they play host to Bournemouth, with the visitors having lost five of their last six games.
The hosts are 1/1 to win the game at Molineux, with a draw priced at 23/10, while Wolves can be backed at 4/9 to secure a finish in the top half of the Premier League table come the end of the season.
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