Wilfried Zaha proved once again that he is the man to take charge at Selhurst Park, as his well-taken winner capped Crystal Palace’s incredible comeback against Wolves.
At Selhurst Park, Adama Traore’s header gave the visitors a deserved half-time lead, which was nearly doubled when Ruben Neves hit the post on the stroke of half-time.
Palace, on the other hand, never looked back after Eberechi Eze nodded them level from Michael Olise’s pinpoint cross 63 seconds into the second half.
Zaha then took Odsonne Edouard’s pass in stride before drilling past Jose Sa for his fifth goal of the season, lifting Palace to tenth in the Premier League table.
Wolves, who have been linked with former Ajax and Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Bosz as the latest name in their search for a replacement for Bruno Lage, are currently 17th, just one point above the relegation zone.
They came within a whisker of salvaging a point in London, but Neves’ late strike was superbly saved by Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita.