“I don’t care about the point. I am pleased with the performance, especially in the second half,” Thomas Tuchel told Sky Sports after the Wolves draw.
“The first half was a bit of a struggle for us, we had to grow into the game. Some players had to adapt to new positions.
“We are not lucky enough in these moments to win games but I am happy with how we played. It was nice to coach from the sideline.
“Wolves don’t concede many chances or goals. We could not expect to create an awful lot but we tried and never stopped trying. The second half was very strong and given the circumstances I am happy with the performance.”
Chelsea played out a 0-0 draw with Wolves after their squad was heavily affected by a Covid spike.
Despite players testing positive every day, Chelsea had their request to postpone the game rejected. So, in the circumstances, a draw is not the worst outcome.