Tottenham went 1-0 down against Palace at Selhurst Park on the half-hour mark when Jan Vertonghen scored an own goal.
The North London outfit failed to restore parity until the 63rd minute when Harry Kane scored, and found the target twice thereafter to win the Premier League encounter 3-1.
Former Arsenal striker Wright was impressed with the way Spurs staged a comeback, and has claimed that it is a good sign that they did not panic.
"Even after Palace did score their goal - it was an own goal from Vertonghen - Spurs did not panic," said the former England international striker on The Sun Goals Podcast. "It was a good sign for Spurs. 'Okay they have scored, so what? We are still playing well, we will keep going, keep going'."
Tottenham are fourth in the Premier League table at the moment with 42 points from 23 matches. Mauricio Pochettino’s side are just five points behind leaders Leicester City and are very much in the running for the title.
Spurs will take on Colchester United away from home in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.