"We lost two points, but I'm not going to comment on it," Mourinho said. "The game is finished, and I don't want to speak about it."
"If I want to give some money away I'll give some to charities, I don't want to give to the FA. So prefer not to comment.
"The only thing I wanted to say is my team played very well. I want to be on the bench next match and I don't want to be fined.
"I think the boy [Karl] Darlow was the man of the match, unless you want to give it to some other people that are not a player."
Mourinho stormed down the tunnel before the final whistle was blown after Wilson converted the penalty.
Spurs' goalkeeping coach Joao Sacramento was then shown a red card after the final whistle when he and several players surrounded the officials to complain about the decision.
The decision is the latest in a string of VAR controversies relating to handballs in the box this weekend.