Christophe Berra wants Wolves to focus on one game at a time as Mick McCarthy's side edge closer towards Premier League survival.
A four-match unbeaten run has moved Wolves five points away from the drop zone with just six fixtures left in the campaign.
Saturday's 0-0 draw at home to Everton was preceded by three impressive away results as Wolves won at relegation rivals Burnley and West Ham United either side of a 2-2 draw at Aston Villa.
Berra was happy to take a point against in-form Everton at Molineux and is now looking forward to next weekend's trip to title-chasing Arsenal.
"It was a difficult game and we rode our luck at times, but that is what you have got to do in the Premier League," said Berra.
"We had chances as well, but it is a big point for us and we would have taken that any day. Overall it is really deserved.
"Those three away games were massive - I don't think anyone thought we would get seven points from nine.
"With six games to go we have just got to concentrate on each game now.
"We have got an easy game next week against Arsenal!
"Nobody expects us to win there but, the way we have been playing away, hopefully we can keep that going and give them a tough game."