Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo was complimentary towards Newcastle after their game.
The newly promoted side played out a 1-1 draw with the Magpies, getting a late equalizer at home through Willy Boly.
But Nuno admitted that Newcastle were more than a handful during the game.
"It came late, but the performance deserved goals. We created situations but the final touch was not there. It is something we must improve and be more clinical," Nuno reflected to reporters after the game.
"Credit to Newcastle they were so organised. [The] last minute shows the character of the team.
"After their goal the game is more difficult; they stayed more compact, more aggressive, always with the danger of counter-attacks, so the game becomes delicate for us.
"Credit to Newcastle, they were so organised, so compact and it became really hard and very intense. It's not about the point, the story of the game could have been different as the first half was totally controlled.
"What I'm disappointed with is to concede; we must be compact and we allowed Newcastle too much time to decide the final pass.
"The last minute showed the character of the team and belief of our fans here in Molineux, so I'm pleased for the late moment of joy.
"Once again, it's a last-minute goal that I think puts some justice in the game, honestly. We keep on going, the boys keep on going, they know until the final whistle is there everybody fights.
"The first half we played good, very good against a good team in Newcastle. Second half we didn't start so well and a mistake allowed the goal of Newcastle."