Erling Haaland rewrote another chapter of the Premier League record books with his latest goal as Manchester City opened up a 3-0 lead at Wolves.
Jack Grealish was retained in the starting line-up at Molineux despite a listless showing in City's midweek UEFA Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund.
The England playmaker almost instantly repaid Pep Guardiola's faith by converting Kevin De Bruyne's cross after 55 seconds.
Haaland then became the first player in Premier League history to score in each of his first four away games, punishing a backpedaling Max Kilman by clipping into the bottom corner
Wolves responded well, as Daniel Podence forced Ederson to beat a shot behind at his near post, but Collins was drawn out of position
Wolves deserve a fair bit of credit for how they acquitted themselves with reduced numbers for the best part of an hour and can take positives from what they produced today.