The veteran boss was pleased with the Bavarians' performance, an opinion which was echoed by Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, but felt the scoreline was harsh to the visitors
A Bastian Schweinsteiger strike, along with two headers from Mario Mandzukic, were enough to secure all three points for the league leaders, as they maintained their 100 per cent record with a dominant display.
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"We were up for it physically and allowed them very few chances. After we took the lead, we had a number of excellent chances but failed to score a second.
"Despite our dominance, it wasn't easy against Wolfsburg today, but once we'd gone 2-0 up, you could see it was done and dusted and our opponents recognised they wouldn't take anything away from here."
Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri also heaped praise upon his team-mates, as die Roten continued their encouraging start to the season.
"We wanted to carry on from where we left off on Saturday," he added. "It was a very good game from our point of view, and we can be satisfied with the result, although we could have scored more.
"We have real depth in a very good squad, and we're capable of excellent football. If we're enjoying ourselves, we're difficult to beat."