Sean Dyche felt his side deserved their hard-fought point at Molineux.
The Clarets kept the Wolves at bay in a game of precious few chances to extend their unbeaten run to seven games.
And with neither goalkeeper called upon to make crucial saves, Dyche felt the points deserved to be shared.
He said: “As the game wore on, we didn’t really create the chances, but I think the pitch, for both sides, was heavy.
“It was the third game in a week for both sides and that can play a part.
“The tempo was a little bit flat at times and it was a bit of a strange game in that respect.
“In that first half we played quite well, and in the second we were a bit patchy. They (Wolves) built some momentum, but I don’t think Tom Heaton was unduly worked and we go away with a point from what still is a tough place.”
Dyche, who lost Ben Mee and Sam Vokes to tight hamstrings, added: “I didn’t think it was a particularly good game, but you can get greedy sometimes.
“Yet again we have found a way of getting another result and a nice clean sheet, and I think we deserved it.
“Some of our defending late on, when they were giving everything for the shirt and the cause, was fantastic.
“The resilience of the whole group is terrific and I certainly won’t be over over-thinking today and my players because they are giving so much and some of the quality in recent weeks has been excellent.
“Today, we weren’t quite as big a threat, but it’s really difficult to question. I am hungry for the team to keep performing, but all in all I see this as another important point.
“Now we have good momentum and we’ve put a lot in in recent weeks. We’ll be putting some work in early next week and then the lads will have some time off so that we are ready to go again.”