In a game of few chances, Izzy Brown provided the much-needed spark by firing home in the 31st minute with a superb 20 yard strike.
Although comfortable throughout, Town failed to get a killer second goal but it was academic in the end as the hosts offered very little in terms of an attacking threat.
But who was Huddersfield Town's Man of the Match? Have a look below at Blake Welton’s assessment and have your say with our gadget as well.
A spectator for the majority of the game but more than adequate when called upon - 7 (out of 10)
Marked his 50th league appearance for the club by linking up well with Sean Scannell down the right - 7
His normal quiet and effective self, the full-back never put a foot wrong throughout the entire encounter - 7
Dealt with everything Wolves threw at him, winning the aerial battles comfortably with their forwards - 7
A similar performance to his defensive partner, although his distribution from the back was questionable at times - 7
Looked a lot more comfortable and composed in the deeper midfield position alongside Jonathan Hogg - 7
Marshaled the midfield well and seldom looked troubled throughout as Wolves opted to go direct - 7
Eased himself back into first-team duty after his long-term ankle injury with an impressive performance down the right - 8
The game needed a spark and the on-loan Chelsea man provided it, a constant thorn in Wolves’ side - 8 (MOTM)
Rajiv van La Parra
Marked his 50th appearance for the club with a solid display despite the barrage of abuse from his former side’s supporters - 7
Did well to fight for every ball and opportunity against the overly-physical presence of Richard Stearman and Danny Batth - 7
Collin Quaner (for Sean Scannell, 58) -Worked hard on his introduction in an unfamiliar right-hand side position - 7
Harry Bunn (for Izzy Brown, 72) - A decent run-out as the forward continues his return from long-term injury - 6
Philip Billing (for Nahki Wells, 90+2) - Didn’t have time to make an impact - 5