Wayne Hennessey - 7
Welsh custodian Hennessey produced some top class saves to deny Liverpool early on the first half and in the beginning of the second period. However, he undid his night's fantastic work when he allowed a tame Craig Bellamy effort to slip past his fingertips for Liverpool's second goal. Nevertheless, he rescued Wolves from further embarrassment with some fine stops.
Kevin Foley - 6.5
The right back was constantly tormented by the pace and skills of Craig Bellamy and Jose Enrique. Although he worked hard to try counter the threats, he was often burnt for pace by the duo and Liverpool had plenty of joy on the right flank.
Christophe Berra - 6.5
Central defender Berra tried to marshal his back-four but it was often in vain as the Liverpool attacking triumvirate of Dirk Kuyt, Bellamy and Andy Carroll ran riot around the defender. Struggled all night long to deal with the movement and interplay of the Reds' offensive line.
Roger Johnson - 6.5
Like defensive partner Berra, Johnson was constantly on the back-foot as he could not contain the majority of Liverpool's offensive forays. Was constantly pulled away from Berra and spent most of the second half defending in his own half as Liverpool coasted past Wolves.
Stephen Ward - 6.5
Worked tirelessly and cannot be faulted for effort or commitment but Ward was always second best against Glen Johnson and Kuyt. The sheer pace of the menacing Johnson and unpredictability of Kuyt posed plenty of problems for Ward and a injury he picked up at the beginning of the second half only made it worse for him to keep up with the pace of his opponents.
Michael Kightly (Off 61') - 7
The winger was one of the few bright spots for Wolves as he caused some discomfort for the Reds in the first half with his movement and crossing. In fact, he nearly opened the home side's account when his effort flew just inches wide off goal in the first half. Kept plugging away in the second half even when Wolves wilted in the face of persistent Liverpool pressure.
Emmanuel Frimpong (Off 83') - 6.5
The on-loan Arsenal midfielder started the encounter with all guns blazing but his influence waned steadily as the game progressed. Charlie Adam and Jay Spearing soon got the better of the flamboyant Frimpong and he was snuffed out of the encounter by the second half, eventually being replaced before the end.
Eggert Jonsson (Off 61') - 5
Jonsson had an awful game and offered absolutely nothing to the Wolves attack going forward. He was overrun and dominated in midfield by Liverpool's central pairing and it was no surprise to see manager Mick McCarthy hauling him off from the match after an hour.
David Edwards - 6.5
Was industrious and enterprising in the first half and Edwards hooked an effort which custodian Pepe Reina had to be alert to make a smart save. However, he struggled to maintain the tempo in the second half as the Reds took control and he could not make the same impact after the interval.
Matthew Jarvis - 6.5
The flying winger was kept in check by Johnson all night long and could hardly get past the England international. Jarvis could not make his trademark runs on the wing and was forced to cut inside the middle often, limiting his movement and pace.
Steven Fletcher - 6.5
The Scottish international fought for every ball and challenge but Fletcher was desperately starved of service and could not carve out genuine goal scoring chances. He was isolated all alone up front and fought a lonely battle up front.
Stephen Hunt (On 61') - 6
Hunt hassled and harried the Liverpool defence upon his introduction but the Reds were already cruising by then.
Sylvain Ebanks-Blake (On 61') - 6
Hardly made any difference to the Wolves attack and was not influential whatsoever.
Nenad Milijaš (On 83') - 5
Too little time to make an impact for Wolves with Liverpool having already consolidated their win.
Pepe Reina - 6.5
Reina was a virtual spectator all night long except for several routine catches and when he was called upon on the rare occasions, the Spaniard comfortably dealt with the threats.
Glen Johnson - 7.5
Johnson rampaged forward at every opportunity and dovetailed effectively with Kuyt on the flank to conjure some of Liverpool's attacks. He also defended stoutly against Ward and was not troubled by his counterpart.
Daniel Agger (Off 80')- 7.5
The elegant central defender had a comfortable night guiding his defence to a clean sheet against a tepid Wolves outfit. Was rarely threatened and snuffed out the majority of the dangers with ease.
Martin Skrtel - 7
The Slovakian marker also had a fairly quiet night and except for the rare forays by Wolves in the first half, Skrtel hardly put a foot wrong and comfortably contained the attacking threats crafted by the home side.
Jose Enrique - 7.5
Enrique was a menacing presence on the left and he constantly galloped at every opportunity, posing plenty of problems for Kightly and defender Kevin Foley. In fact, the Spaniard was the chief architect of Liverpool's third goal when he rampaged forward on the left before his inch perfect cross for Kuyt resulted in the Dutchman eventually firing home Liverpool's third and final goal.
Jordan Henderson - 7
The England Under-21 international saw plenty of the ball but once again failed to really make the possession count in the crucial stages of the pitch. Kept things simple with side passes and perhaps could have shown more ambition and initiative against a poor Wolves outfit.
Jay Spearing - 7
Kept things simple and tidy in the centre of the park and was not afraid to throw himself into some challenges. Dominated the middle of the pitch alongside Charlie Adam to allow Liverpool to push forward in search of more goals.
Charlie Adam (Off 80') - 8
Adam had a quiet first half and initially struggled in the opening exchanges but the Scottish midfielder slowly grew into his role and soon bossed the midfield alongside Spearing. Adam personified his supreme delivery skills when he delivered a peach of a cross for Andy Carroll to slot home for Liverpool's first goal. Adam also showed great awareness and composure to relay the ball back for Kuyt to blast home to make it 3-0 to the Reds.
Craig Bellamy - 9
Bellamy was exceptional against Wolves, attacking with pace and panache and running at defenders all night long. His set-pieces were whipped in with accuracy and he once again got his name onto the score sheet. The rampaging Welshman picked up the ball near the halfway line and he charged forward before his delicate curling effort trickled into the net after Wolves custodian Hennessey allowed the shot to slip past his fingertips. Bellamy nearly doubled his account when his blistering drive was superbly foiled by a flying Hennessey.
Dirk Kuyt (Off 90') - 7.5
The Dutchman worked his socks off to join up the Reds' attack and did his fair share of dirty work to help out in the Liverpool midfield. He was finally rewarded for his endeavour when he lashed home Liverpool's third goal of the night as he capped off a fine display.
Andy Carroll - 9
Carroll looked hungry and had the desire from the first whistle. The former Newcastle forward put himself about at every opportunity and never gave the Wolves defence a moment's peace with his off-the-ball running and challenges. The lanky Carroll eventually broke his long league goal drought with a clinical finish in the 51st minute after he expertly toe-poked home from a Charlie Adam cross to make it 1-0 to Liverpool. Liverpool fans would like to see more of such committed displays from him.
Jonjo Shelvey (On 80') - 5
Was given too little time to make any impact whatsoever.
Jamie Carragher (On 80') - 5
Came on with ten minutes left to gain some minutes on the pitch and to see out the Liverpool win.
Fabio Aurelio (On 90') - 5
Barely touched the ball after his two minute cameo appearance.