Hamilton put in a dominant performance at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, winning easily and showing Ferrari that Mercedes remains the team to beat in Formula One.
The F1 paddock are now heading to the principality of Monaco for the next race on the calendar.
Wolff is confident that both the driver and the team are committed to each other and is certain they can get it sorted out sooner rather than later, especially since they got back to winning ways at the Circuit de Catalunya.
McLaren's Lando Norris claimed third with his final lap of the day, taking the chequered flag as he posted a 1m18.039s using soft Pirellis. They blistered very seriously and could have caused serious problems.
"There's definitely some differences", Norris said.
"As we saw last year, we think Red Bull is going to be really strong, and Ferrari was on pole last year".
"In the end it was hard because I did almost 45 laps with the medium!" he said, adding that one-stopping had never been the team's original strategy.
"I'm looking forward to Monaco; hopefully we can take some of the things we've learned onto there".
Kevin Magnussen was fourth fastest in the Haas but stopped on track in the afternoon after his engineers spotted a problem in the car's data.
Ferrari was forced to end Kimi Raikkonen's race early with a suspected engine issue. One of them was Force India's Nikita Mazepin, who finished fifth, while F2 star Jack Aitken - participating in his maiden test in a current vehicle - was one place behind in the Renault.
"It's good to have the test to be able to compare", he said. Nevertheless, the 28-year-old feels he is in good shape and sights his off the pace weekends from last season as a turning point in his approach. Mazepin was 0.6s clear of debutant Jack Aitken, with the Renault youngster sixth overall and managing 120 laps.
Charles Leclerc of Sauber and Sergio Perez of Force India closed out the top 10.
Despite talk of having something done before the start of the season in March, five races have gone by and there is still no announcement. His morning at the wheel of the FW41 came to a close with a healthy 59 laps on the board as the team looked to better understand the issues it has faced with its vehicle so far this year.
"The conclusions are that there will be a lot of things to watch, to analyse and double check", Kubica said. And will any of the other teams try and spring a surprise.
"Today, the auto and myself, I felt that synergy today, which I hadn't been feeling for the whole year", he said immediately after pulling up in parc ferme. Gasly was one place ahead of fellow F1 regular Vandoorne, who was driving a second McLaren dedicated to testing development tyres on a Pirelli-prescribed run plan.
"Hopefully that will help us get the most out of the auto at the upcoming races".