Andy Johnson scored his first goal for almost three months to salvage a point for Crystal Palace against Wolves.
Palace started the better but Wolves went ahead when Seol Ki-Hyeon collected Tom Huddlestone's pass and fired a shot-cum-cross in at the near post.
Johnson drew the hosts level when he gathered a Tom Soares pass and rifled a low shot into the net from eight yards.
Wolves had chances to win, Huddlestone and Mark Kennedy going close before Kenny Miller screwed an effort wide.
Wolves manager Glenn Hoddle:
It's in the top two's hands. We keep drawing games, and even if we had a great run, we would need them to wobble."
"You saw with Andrew Johnson how important strikers can be.
"They're worth their weight in gold. They can turn draws into wins - a new striker could push us up the table."
Crystal Palace manager Iain Dowie:
"We need to go on a fantastic run and for Sheffield United and Reading to slip up, but I believe that is possible.
"We did a similar thing to reach the play-offs in 2004, and the players are
"We dominated the game, and not too many sides will do that to Wolves.
Crystal Palace: Speroni, Boyce, Ward, Popovic, Soares, Leigertwood, Watson, Hughes, Morrison (McAnuff 82), Freedman (Macken 66), Johnson.
Subs Not Used: Kiraly, Hudson, Andrews.
Booked: Macken, Popovic.
Goals: Johnson 44.
Wolverhampton: Postma, Edwards, Lescott, Gyepes, Naylor, Anderton, Huddlestone, Kennedy, Seol, Ganea (Clarke 75), Miller.
Subs Not Used: Ross, Ricketts, Oakes, Olofinjana.
Booked: Kennedy, Gyepes.
Goals: Seol 19.
Ref: M Thorpe (Suffolk).