The result sees Chelsea drop to fourth in the Premier League after 15 matches, and they trail leaders Manchester City by 10 points ahead of Saturday's meeting between the two clubs at Stamford Bridge.
"I think we played very well for 55 minutes", Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said.
"I am really very anxious, not for the result, but for the fact we did not respond to the first goal", the Chelsea boss added.
"Suddenly we conceded a goal and we we were the same team on the pitch".
"I don't know about that, but we could have scored four or five goals and we missed them", he said. I can't understand the reaction.
"We got a good performance and good result - and now we have a long way to go". The Blues are a distant third in the title race, seven points behind Manchester City.
Guardiola questioned his teams resolve at Watford and admitted they were not the best side
Eden Hazard has been one of the top performing players for Chelsea this season and the Belgium worldwide will keep his place in the starting lineup. It's a hard result to stay in the top four.
The Italian admitted he was "really worried" by what he had seen thereafter as Wolves turned the game on its head through Diogo Jota's victor.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek gave the visitors a halftime lead but two goals in four minutes from Raul Jimenez and Jota turned the match in favour of the hosts, who claimed their first win in two months. "I think he is getting in the games, bringing the energy, staying focused and staying humble".
"We were behind, but we stayed organised and compact".
"When we got level I felt, and Molineux felt, we were back in the game". That was totally a credit for the boys, the way they work, and the fans, the way they became so noisy and pushed the team.
Nuno's side are now on a bad run of form and have found results hard to come by in the Premier League, despite a fine start to the season.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer announces retirement
As a result of knowing about the accusations, Meyer was suspended the first three games of this season. Ohio State finished the 2018 season at No. 6. "I recognize the toll that it takes", Smith said.