A mere spectator, even if he should have perhaps done better when Peszko rounded him in the first half before wasting a gilt-edged chance.
Given license to roam forward in the first half such was the home side's dominance, distributed the ball nicely and showed a neat turn of pace on the back foot.
Cheered throughout by the home crowd after his England retirement, rarely put a foot wrong and looked comfortable on the ground and in the air all evening.
After being given an outing in his preferred left back role, he made the most of it with an enterprising display which saw him grab a goal.
Opened the scoring early on with a towering header at the back post and looked comfortable with everything that came his way.
Pulled the strings and fashioned chance after chance in the first half, finally getting the goal his efforts deserved after a series of marvellous one-twos with Romeu and Torres. Finished the game with three assists to his name.
Very assured in possession in that role just in front of the back four, switching the play between flanks nicely. Surprise choice to take the penalty, but slotted it home with consummate ease, sending De Vries the wrong way.
Solid and a willing runner in the middle of the park. Created a fantastic chance in the first half with a great driven low cross and marshalled the midfield well.
His pace down the right constantly put Wolves on the back foot as he continued to make his claim for a regular starting place in the side. Won a soft-looking penalty in the second half with his good running from deep.
Linked the play up expertly in the first half before finally troubling the scoreboard in the second by netting with a powerful header.
Drifted in off the left flank to good effect, getting involved in the play and dovetailing beautifully with Bertrand at times. A great prospect for the future.
D. de Vries
Little he could have done about any of the goals. Constantly left exposed by a ropey back four in front of him.
Given little support and looked ill at ease with Moses' pace. Should have tracked Mata better for the third goal and beaten in the air for Moses' sixth goal. An evening to forget.
Looks too short to play at center back and was beaten in the air time and time again, with Torres giving him the runaround.
Truly awful and two of Chelsea's goals came down his side. Looked clumsy on the ball and was caught out of position all evening.
Troubled by Torres' clever movement and given a real lesson in an inexperienced defense.
Booed throughout the game and for good reason. The only time you saw him involved were during the rare occasions Wolves got a set piece and was hauled off at the break.
Didn't look up for the fight after they went in at the break three goals down, but momentarily threatened in the second half after beating Azpilicueta down the left before being subbed off.
Should have scored in the first half after turning Terry and Bertrand superbly before rounding Turnbull, but only hit the side-netting.
Similarly anonymous as the visitors struggled to get a grip on the game in midfield. Overrun by Romeu and Ramires.
Linked play up well whenever the ball was in Chelsea's half, but was fighting a losing battle against the hosts' energy.
Isolated up front and lacked both service and support during a deeply frustrating night for the forward.
Came on for Ramires in the second half and occupied a deeper role than we're usually accustomed to seeing him play, but was typically inventive both on and off the ball.
Involved in the build-up to the team's sixth goal and was willing to try and take on and beat his man during a promising cameo.
Could do little to stem the tide that was the constant flow of attacks from the opposition's midfield, despite putting in a decent shift.
Rarely involved despite his work rate and the result was already assured, but had a couple of efforts well blocked by Cahill in quick succession late on from inside the box.