"After a couple of disappointing seasons it's good we haven't stayed in League One too long," Jackett is quoted as saying by the Birmingham Mail. "It's a big effort by everybody, I am very proud that we bounced back at the first attempt.
"You feel expectation at the start of the season, in any job whether it be a big club, a medium-sized club or a small club, there's pressure. But what there is also at Wolves is expectation. That comes with the territory for having such a big club, a broad fan base and first class facilities.
"I know that. I am happy to accept that. We can genuinely look with enthusiasm at being in the Championship next season. It's a wonderful feeling to have got over the line. It's a feeling we want again and something we have to build on."
Wolves are back in action on Friday when they take on Rotherham United.