Wolves boss Mick McCarthy was delighted with their fight-back against Everton.
The goal maintained Wolves' unbeaten start to the new season and McCarthy insisted: "We got up the pitch and got in their faces and I thought we deserved a point.
"We were hopeless in the first half and that is my responsibility because I was trying to stop them playing and fiddling around with the team - none of which worked.
"They should have been out of sight at half-time. They could have been 5-0 up but at the end of the second half I'm not too sure I wanted it to end - I fancied us winning.
"I was considering making substitutions but I thought they were the best lot who started and they showed that to me. I thought we deserved our equaliser."