It marked a landmark for Bruno Lage's side for the first time all first-team players are fully fit and available going into the final months of the season.
Speaking to the Express and Star Wolves correspondent Liam Keen, Neto said: "It was unbelievable.
"It gave me goosebumps. 10 months after some difficult times I am finally back.
"The best scenario, it was at home and an even better scenario would have been with a goal, but I am very happy to be back and to hear the stadium singing my name was unbelievable."
"I will never change"
The 21-year-old helped Wolves hold onto a valuable three points against the FA Cup champions on Sunday, missing a chance to add to the scoring in injury time when Kasper Schmeichel was out of his goal.
But Neto admitted he was a little tired as he got closer to the empty Leicester net. He said: "In my head, I always had the mentality of going for goal.
'It was my first minutes back and I will be honest, I was a little bit tired.
"I only saw Schmeichel was out of the goal when he ran past me when I was running with the ball, so I then thought, I should shoot.
"I tried but I was a little bit tired."
Despite suffering a serious knee injury, Neto's confidence on the ball and work rate when called upon seemed like he hadn't missed nearly a year.
"I am here to help the team," Neto continued.
"The team is doing really well and our mentality is to keep doing better, and better and better.
"We are improving and I am back to help the team."