Kevin Doyle has urged his Wolves team-mates to build on the victory over Fulham and keep improving.
The Irish striker scored his first goal for the club to set Wolves on their way to an impressive 2-1 success at Molineux.
Doyle insists there is now more belief in the Wolves camp about their ability to compete in the top flight.
"We need to keep grounded and keep working as hard as we did yesterday. If we do that, we feel we can go anywhere and get a result," he told the Express & Star.
"Myself and all the lads feel like that so we won't be worried going away from home.
"We've already won away from home this season, so why not win away from home again?
"They're good opposition. They were in Europe in the week and named almost a totally different 11, so they couldn't blame that.
"We put in a good performance and it gives the players who haven't played in the Premier League before the belief to realise we can beat teams and win at home and put in good performances.
"Now we've had a decent start, we've got that belief that we can go on and have a great season."
Happy with form
Wolves have now collected seven points from six games and Doyle was relieved to get back on track following the disappointing 3-1 defeat at Blackburn.
He said: "We were awful last week and it was nice to bounce back.
"But all our performances apart from Blackburn have been good. Now we have a home win to go with our away win, so we've beaten two bogeys.
"Hopefully we can go on now and put in similar performances from now on."
Doyle is not setting any personal targets just at the moment but he is determined to keep contributing to the team.
"I hope so," he said. "I've been happy with how I've played for Wolves since I joined, so I'm not going to make big statements.
"I just want to be fit and fresh and enjoying it, which I did yesterday."