Wolves recorded their first Premier League clean sheet at home since October, holding high-flying Leicester City to a 0-0 draw at Molineux.
In a drab opening 45 minutes, Pedro Neto was the standout performer, creating several half-chances for the hosts. James Maddison also had a few sights of goal but did not take advantage.
After the break, Wolves started well, with Adama Traore looking particularly dangerous. The home side’s best chance of the game came 12 minutes from time, when Kasper Schmeichel smothered Fabio Silva’s shot to deny a certain goal.
Leicester then went close with a Jamie Vardy header in stoppage time, with the ball whistling just past the post.