Wolves claimed their first three points of the Premier League season in the most dramatic of circumstances as Adama Traore scored with the last kick of the game to earn victory at West Ham United
In a game which looked destined to end goalless, after both teams had huffed and puffed for 90 minutes, Wolves had one final trick up their sleeve and Leo Bonatini laid in Traore to fire home his first goal in gold and black.
After two draws in the opening three games, Wolves were worthy of their victory, which could have been secured easier had Bonatini and Raul Jimenez not passed up chances to put the visitors in front earlier.
Rui Patricio produced brilliant saves to deny Michail Antonio and Marko Arnautovic, and his efforts proved invaluable as Traore sent the travelling 3,000 supporters into raptures, cooling slotting home to earn all three points.
Quickly accustoming themselves to new surroundings, Wolves got the first shot on goal away in the opening minute, but Jimenez’s ambitious effort dropped harmlessly wide of Lukasz Fabianski’s goal.