Kevin Doyle insists there will be no letting up from Wolves until they are mathematically safe.
Mick McCarthy's men took another positive step on the road to Premier League survival on Sunday as they battled to a 0-0 draw against Stoke.
That point has taken them six clear of the drop zone with four games of the season remaining.
However, some of the sides below Wolves still have a game in hand and could yet drag them back into the basement battle.
With that in mind, Doyle admits it is vital the Midlanders continue scrapping for everything until their top flight status is secure.
"It was a vital point - a very good point but we definitely still need more," the Irish striker told the club's official website.
"We said two wins before the game, and I suppose we still feel the same.
"It was great to get this one but a win as quick as possible in the next week or two and we are very close then.
"We worked very hard against Stoke but we can't relax.
"We still have to be on our toes and train hard and get two wins so that we can enjoy the last few weeks of the season.
"It's such a tough league and Burnley getting a win like they did at Hull just shows that with confidence you can get results anywhere."