Last Updated: 12/12/09 4:57pm
Thanks for being with me for today's commentary. Who would have predicted this result?! I'll see you next time.
Absolutely unbelievable win for Mick McCarthy's men! They defended like lions and come away with the three points!
Huddlestone runs up but his shot is charged down by the wall. The ball is put back in but Hahnemann claims the flick-on.
Mancienne is penalised for a sliding challenge on Modric. Dangerous free-kick now for Spurs at the death.
Assou-Ekotto breaks down the left but his cross is poor. Ebanks-Blake then wins a free-kick at the other end.
They have a corner, taken short and then Spurs win it back. They pump it forward but Berra heads it clear well.
Wolves are keeping the ball at the Spurs end. Ebanks-Blake has a shot from outside the box and it is a whisker wide of the post.
Crouch wins another knock-down but Defoe can't latch onto it. Wolves are looking good for the three points here.
Scramble in the box for Spurs but Wolves manage to scrap it clear. This game is slipping away for the home side.
Modric has a shot from outside the area but it flies over the bar. He wants a corner, nothing doing for the referee.
Doyle holds the ball up at the other end. If Wolves pull off this win it will be a remarkable result.
Ward then hammers it out next to his own corner flag. Lennon is then tackled as he tried to break past him.
Spurs have not had a clear-cut chance as yet. Crouch is penalised yet again for a leap in the box and the home fans are not happy.
Spurs are looking a lot more direct after those subs. Crouch goes in with Berra and the striker is penalised for a shove in the back.
It goes just over from Bassong! But Crouch was in a better position. At the other end Wolves win a free-kick.
Kranjcar puts in a great ball but it is nicked out for a corner. Edwards looks in pain after going down in the middle of the pitch.
Spurs have been dreadful in this second half. Can the new players provide a spark when they come on?
Dawson concedes a corner. No communication at the back. The ball is headed clear and then Ebanks-Blake is offside.
Ebanks-Blake crosses from the left and Dawson nearly gives it away with his header. Kranjcar then commits a foul on Milijas.
Huddlestone smacks it long straight through to Hahnemann. Not much joy for the Spurs strikers so far.
The second half has started much like the first ended. Although Wolves are enjoying a tad more of the ball.
Lennon immediately presses down the right and wins the throw. From the throw, Keane tries to hook it back across goal but it goes out for a goal kick.
Billy has got in touch to say: "Hi, I am a fan of Spurs from Hong Kong. I am disappointed with spur's performance in the 1st half, especially Keano, he's not really in form. I think Harry should bring in Peter Crouch who is the best partner for Defoe in my opinion. Hope that Spurs will come back at the 2nd half and win 3-1!"
Jack, a Spurs fan, says: "Fair play to wolves, their defence has played well. I can see an equalizer soon. come on you spurs."
Brett all the way from Switzerland says: "Wolves are going to win this one, its been a long time coming a few results going our way. A win today will be a massive confidence boost for Mick and the lads."
Jon Majeika says: "It's probably not a bad game plan against spurs. I think we use all of our goals up against Wigan."
Wolves fan Stu says: "Watching the game wolves looking solid defensively, hopefully we can hold up and get another major 3 points before old trafford."
Wolves will be absolutely delighted with that first half display. It may be a bit negative after getting that early goal, but they have defended with great spirit.
Kranjcar twists and turns and the ball falls to Defoe, but his shot is blocked. Kranjcar then volleys it but it flies well wide.
Kranjcar mis-places a pass. Wolves attack and Henry tries to shoot from way, way out and it goes over the bar.
Huddlestone loses the ball in the middle and Wolves have some respite. They hit the ball forward from the free-kick but it goes all the way out from Craddock.
Defoe comes into the area but Jarvis gets back excellently to help out the defender Berra and Hahnemann collects.
Spurs are having so much of the ball but Wolves are standing firm. Ward keeps Lennon out on the left and when the ball comes in from Dawson it eventually runs out for a goal kick.
Wolves give the ball back but they thump it out for a goal kick. Keane is not happy with Karl Henry.
Chance Defoe! Kranjcar sprays it to Corluka who crosses for Defoe but Berra gets vital pressure in and Hahnemann saves.
Wolves are lacklustre going forward, but they've already got the goal. There is no denying their gameplan now.
Wolves break down another attack but whenever they win the ball they can't move it out of their defence. Keane latches onto a ball from the left but his header is over the bar.
Lennon breaks into the box and has a shot but Ward stands up and gets the block in. He's had a great game so far.
Assou-Ekotto tries to play in Keane but Berra reads it well and intercepts. Then Defoe tries to advance down the right but his touch is too heavy.
The tempo has been upped now. Spurs attack but Berra does really well to shove Kranjcar off the ball and clear.
The free-kick breaks down and now Wolves attack but Stearman is tackled by Huddlestone. Spurs counter but Defoe's pass is poor.
Assou-Ekotto tries to bring it forward but his heavy touch allows Henry to come in with a solid challenge. Henry is then penalised for a foul on Huddlestone.
Just as I say that Keane has a shot that goes just over. It looked like it had taken a deflection but the referee gives a goal kick.
Defoe has a shot from long range but Hahnemann claims it easily. The Wolves keeper has not really been tested much as yet.
Kranjcar can't beat the first man with the corner. Wolves attack now and Milijas tries to find Edwards but the ball is too long.
Keane lays the ball off for Palacios to have a strike but he can't get anything on it. Lennon then comes down the right but Ward gets a great tackle in. Corner.
Wolves are coming it a bit more now. They have a throw on the left, Ward takes it short and they win a corner.
Wolves fan, Gary from Bermuda, says: "Some bold Spurs predictions, but we are going to be 2-1 winners today, Ebanks Blake winner late on."
Robbie Keane is offside again. Mick McCarthy needs to have a tactical think because his side will not be able to defend for the whole game.
Lennon has been the brightest player so far but Jarvis and Ward are keeping tight on him and sticking to their job.
Keane is played through well by Kranjcar but Craddock uses his strength to sheperd him off the ball and Hahnemann comes to claim.
It's back to the walls stuff already for Wolves! They won't be able to hold out till the final whistle!
All the movement and passing is happening in front of the Wolves back-line, which Mick McCarthy will be very happy about.
Keane is played over the top by Dawson but he can't quite pull it back for Defoe. Can Spurs hit back immediately?
DOYLE GOAL! Wonderful start for Wolves! Milijas crosses from the free-kick and his great ball is flicked in by Doyle with a deft touch.
Both teams are going long early on. Henry tries to advance down the right and Tom Huddlestone is penalised for a shove.
Stuart Hudson says: "I expect Kranjcar to keep up his top game from the last few matches knowing that Modric is fit again. Palacios deserves as goal too and this is the sort of team he can get one against! Also see Robbie taking his chances after being left out the last few games for Crouch, im expecting lots of goals today!"
Robbie Keane will want to impress on his return to the side today, with Peter Crouch waiting in the wings.
I'm going to stick my neck out and go for a home win this afternoon - bold I know. If Wolves can stay tight at the back then they have a chance, but if they concede early it's curtains i'm afraid.
Fellow Spurs fan David says: "Interesting that there is no Jenas on the bench. Bentley was to be expected, but Jenas ....... and maybe Dos Santos will get a chance to show his worth. 3-0 to tottenham today"
Spurs fan Kev says: "I am predicting another big Spurs win today maybe 6-1 with Modric to come on 2nd half and get one!Just looking at the bench today, it's full of quality! looking good for top 4."
Wolverhampton: Hahnemann, Stearman, Craddock, Berra, Ward, Milijas, Henry, Edwards, Jarvis, Ebanks-Blake, Doyle. Subs: Hennessey, Surman, Iwelumo, Mancienne, Foley, Maierhofer, Castillo.
Tottenham: Gomes, Corluka, Dawson, Bassong, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon, Huddlestone, Palacios, Kranjcar, Keane, Defoe. Subs: Alnwick, Hutton, Bale, Modric, Crouch, Giovani, Rose.
All the talk before this game has been of a Spurs win today. Wolves are struggling in 18th place in the Premier League and will have to be on top form to get anything from the match.