Bottom-side Wolves slumped to their fourth successive defeat as two goals from Grant Holt helped Norwich come from behind to secure victory.
Manchester United extended their lead over Manchester City at the top of the Premier League to four points after demolishing a hapless Wolves.
Junior Hoilett scored a fine brace as Blackburn climbed out of the relegation zone to leave Wolves languishing one place off the bottom.
Pavel Pogrebnyak’s hat-trick earned Fulham a third consecutive win as they consigned new Wolves boss Terry Connor to a crushing first defeat.
Terry Connor’s reign as Wolves boss got off to a promising start as they came back from two goals down to earn a point at Newcastle.
Peter Odemwingie scored a classy hat-trick as rampant West Bromwich Albion humiliated Wolves in an absorbing Black Country derby at Molineux.
Substitute Kevin Doyle scored the winner and provided an assist as Wolves came from behind to beat 10-man QPR and move out of the drop-zone.
Andy Carroll celebrated the first anniversary of his £35m move to Liverpool by setting the Reds on their way to victory at Molineux.
Robbie Keane’s superb double punished struggling Wolves in a gripping match.
Tottenham missed the chance to go level on points with the Premier League leaders as they were held by Wolves.
Frank Lampard scored a last-gasp winner as Chelsea secured a first win in five matches with a gutsy and much-improved display against Wolves at Molineux.
Bolton slipped to the bottom of the Premier League as 2011 ends despite picking up a first draw at home this season against Wolves.
Arsenal dropped two points as they were held to a draw by Wolves, who played the last 16 minutes with 10 men.
Wolves twice came from behind to salvage a draw against Norwich and edge two points clear of the relegation zone.
Peter Crouch completed a fine Stoke turnaround as Wolves’s relegation fears increased after blowing the lead.
Wayne Rooney and Nani both scored twice as Manchester United gave the perfect response to their Champions League exit with a commanding win over Wolves.
Steven Fletcher’s second-half double ruined new Sunderland manager Martin O’Neill’s first look at his team.