The League One leaders missed numerous chances to add further goals to their tally at Molineux, and although the visitors mounted a second-half comeback, Jackett has insisted that he is focusing on the "big positives" from his own side.
The 52-year-old told the club's official website: "Maybe it should have been more comfortable but it's not as easy as that and you can't just expect it to happen.
"I thought that we played some excellent football and we scored four goals at home, which is a big positive. Let's face it, throughout the course of the game, we could have scored more."
Wolves currently sit four points clear at the top of the League One standings.