Gary Rowett on Blues performance . . .
"First-half it's a local derby, we have not been as resolute as we've needed to be away from home in the past three or four performances. We set up to do that to a certain degree. I wanted them to play with more quality, of course. Have a little more control.
"We played an extra midfielder in there, David Davis, who I thought was absolutely excellent. Brilliant, best player on the pitch.
"We restricted Wolves to very few chances, they had two or three little moments where they put us under pressure. But Tomasz Kuszczak didn't really have any standout saves, they were routine.
"Second-half it was always in our mind half-time if we needed more control - like we did at Derby - to put Jon Toral in the hole and get him a bit closer to Clayton Donaldson. Slightly more attacking.
"Maikel Kieftenbeld felt lacking in energy first-half. He was honest enough to put his hand up. So we brought him off and the rest was history in that second-half.
"We created numerous amounts of chances. We were dominant and it was mainly all us.
"Certainly, we should have taken one of those chances. It's a local derby, not easy to play in. Second-half we have had five of six very good chances. Not half-chances, I am talking glaring chances you would have to work incredibly hard in most games to get."
Gary Rowett on the finishing . . .
"It is very hard to be disappointed with this bunch of players because they are working incredibly hard.
"They show so much character. This is not an easy place to come, a local derby with their fans expecting to show something really good.
"And second-half to show that type of desire and control to really put Wolves to the sword that way, you have to credit them.
"Jacques Maghoma, whether the pitch just stops him being able to take the chance quickly; Clayton Donaldson gets a chance and just slides it wide; David Davis, the 'keeper makes a fantastic save; Clayton had two balls flashed across and just couldn't quite get his foot on them. Jon Toral's is probably the best chance of the game. It drops to him and, looking at it again, he probably should have passed it in, he tries to do the 'keeper with his eyes and it goes just wide.
"Again, I can take that. I can live coming away from the game saying if we had took one of our six or seven good chances we would have won the game.
"I am pretty happy saying that."
Gary Rowett on the play-off picture . . .
"It's still very much in the balance. There's a lot of teams up there. As we know, one weekend teams win, the next weekend teams falter because it's that time of the season.
"It's handling that pressure of having to win almost every game. I think the issue for us is - and I said this at the start of the season - if we can be in and around the play-offs with 10 games to go it would be an unbelievable achievement for us. We are, we haven't been out the top 10 all season, which is very positive.
"If you look at our game in hand on most teams, if we get some sort of result in that game we will be not far away. One win away from getting back around the top six.
"We will take that. After the international break we have got three home games in a week and I think that will be decisive if we can get that. There is still a lot of football to be played."