MICK McCarthy praised keeper Wayne Hennessey for the heroic display which helped his side earn a vital point against Arsenal.
The Wolves keeper almost single-handedly earned the visitors a share of the spoils as Arsenal laid siege to his goal.
A trio of particularly impressive saves from Robin van Persie were followed by blocks from Thomas Vermaelen and Per Mertesacker as Arsenal went in search of the winner.
However, the Welsh stopper blocked anything that came his way and boss McCarthy was full of praise for his efforts.
“Wayne’s a good goalkeeper,” he said. “I think he’s one of the best in the league, personally.
“He gets a bit to do at times playing behind us!
“We know we can rely on him and trust him – he’s fantastic. He had a great game.
“Overall, I’m extremely delighted and proud because Arsenal is a difficult old place to come to.”
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger also praised Hennessey as he watched his side spurn chance after chance.
“Their keeper had the game of his life,” he said.
“But I don’t know how many shots we had on goal compare to them. It’s the kind of game we play 20 and win 19.
“The keeper had a good performance and they saved a few on the line.
“They fought like mad.
“Arshavin was very close, so was Rosicky, Mertersacker and van Persie, of course.
“They scored on the one occasion we were caught. We missed a great opportunity.”