The midfielder headed off to Molineux in mid-March and went on to feature in seven games for Glenn Hoddle's side. Rohan did not taste defeat while away with Wolves building up an 18-game unbeaten run, although ten of those games ended in draws.
"I enjoyed it very much and it was good to get some games under my belt," he said on his return to the training ground. "I'm grateful to the club for letting me go out and to Wolves for giving me the chance. I think I did fairly well and I hope it helps my career.
"We had a lot of draws, some of them should have been wins, but it is difficult to say now. I found the game a bit quicker in the Championship and there was a bit less time on the ball. I thought Wolves passed the ball well and showed good quality in the last few games."
It was during those last few games that Rohan found the net with a superb run and finish against Reading to secure a 2-1 victory.
"It was alright and I needed a goal because I hadn't scored for a long time," he added. "I think a player like me should get more goals so it was nice to get a winner."
Rohan Ricketts reported that he very much enjoyed his loan stint at Wolves on his return to Spurs Lodge following the conclusion of the Championship season.