Tottenham have raised their hopes of qualifying for the Europa League with a comfortable Premier League win over the Wolves.
Spurs, five points behind top-four, put West Ham sixth in goal difference, three points behind Everton, who will play on Sunday.
It was a win-win for the hosts who hit Woodwork three times after creating several great chances.
Harry Kane, who saw the cannon of early effort in the left-handed post, set the Spurs on their way by quietly slotting into the opener from a great pass from Pierre-Emile Hodgbjerg at half-time stroke.
When the Wolves threatened to break, they were forced to run their own affairs from time to time, with Ken and Dale Ali both hitting each other’s right-hand post within seconds.
And with Hodgsburg surprisingly doubling Spurs ‘advantage, Wolves’ goalkeeper Rui Patricio reacts first after blocking Gareth Bale’s attempt to slide the ball into the bottom right corner.
Romain Saiss, Adama Traore and Fabio Silva all had a good chance to respond to the spectators, but not for the first time this season, it was a frustrating day in front of goal for the Wolves, who are 12th in the table.