Wolves fans can sleep easy tonight knowing their side are back to winning ways in the Championship.
And they have two impressive strikers to thank for that after their 2-0 win over Middlesbrough: Bakary Sako and Nouha Dicko, who both scored for their side last night.
Boss Kenny Jacket was understandably pleased with his forwards, telling BBC Sport: "Our forwards have very good ability and generally have done well for us. They can be as good as the team and if we can give them the service it'll be hard to stop them - a lot of forwards are like that.
"The service they get does dictate how they do. It's hard to get good forwards for this level, it's a very expensive business."
And Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka's comments were also telling: "They deserved to win the game. The thing for me is I am disappointed because we have lost the game in the way we knew they were strong.
"We knew the biggest threats were Sako and Dicko and we couldn't stop them in 60 or 70 minutes."
Wolves fans, too, were full of praise for their strikers on Twitter, especially Dicko. There are fears the 22-year-old injured himself during his goal celebration but supporters will no doubt hope any problems aren't too serious. Here are the best fan reactions from the game!
Great win - Rowe and Henry pants, Evans frustrating. Edwards, Sako & Dicko the difference. #WWFC— James Batham (@IbizaJay) October 21, 2014
Sako and Dicko were both unplayable tonight! One of our most balanced attacking displays this season. #wwfc— Kieron Brown (@Kieron_Brown97) October 21, 2014
Sako immense, Dicko vital to the way we play and good performances from Evans & Edwards. Kmac much better 2nd half and what an effort #wwfc— Russ Cockburn (@Dwarfio) October 21, 2014
Superb, professional performance from the boys tonight. Much improved. Everyone brought it today, great to see Dicko scoring. #wwfc— Scott Humphries (@ScottHump90) October 21, 2014
Shaky first half, much better second. Sako and Dicko were both brilliant. We played our game in the second half. Great win. #wwfc— Harry Carr (@Harry_Carr98) October 21, 2014