This was the same Wolves team that were in the Premier League last season and were supposed to be promotion candidates.
Two Andre Moritz free-kicks and a Yannick Bolasie goal put paid to that, to complete a double for the Eagles over Wanderers this season.
And a few days later the Eagles held Premier League side Stoke City at home in the FA Cup to a 0-0 draw.
To be honest, it was a poor Stoke side, who did nothing to dispel their image as long-ball thugs. Little Jonny Williams was on the receiving end of more dodgy challenges than the Crystal Maze.
And while most Palace fans would have taken a defeat to the Potters to avoid disruption from our promotion campaign (that still sounds weird to say), a fourth round tie with Manchester City awaits. Suddenly we're interested.
And this was all after a tricky December period, during which Palace chucked away more leads than a pet shop owner as the Eagles slipped down the table from top spot to fourth.
It's a crazy old league and while a few wins can take you rocketing up the league, a couple of draws and a defeat can result in you slipping down the ladder quicker than a rubbish window cleaner.
But yet again, against Stoke, my man Moritz was on form. And, to be honest, I think I've fallen in love with Moritz after his beauty of a brace.
How can you not fall for a player that is so graceful, stylish and talented – my heart flutters each time he's on the ball.
I'll be honest, I'm pretty sure I love him more than my girlfriend. Which is understandable as she takes a terrible free-kick.
So, roll on 2013. If it continues as well as it has started for Palace then it's going to be a very fun year.