Wolves striker Kevin Doyle believes his side are one result away from going on a good run in the Premier League.
Mick McCarthy's men currently sit second bottom in the table and are five points adrift of safety in the relegation zone.
They take on Sunderland at Molineux on Saturday and Doyle hopes a win against the Black Cats will provide them with the spark they need.
The Republic of Ireland international said: "It hasn't been great with the results we've had but, sometimes, it only takes one win and you can see the bright side again.
"If you get the win under your belts, it can act as a kick-start for a decent run.
"Hopefully we can do that tomorrow - but we know we need to do it sooner rather than later.
"It has been a while and it does cause a knock-on effect but we're all working hard to try and ensure it will happen against Sunderland.
"We also know the fans are frustrated - like us as players - and that is totally natural and understandable when you don't get results.
"But they won't be frustrated if we win the game, simple as that."
Wolves have been notoriously slow starters this term and Doyle says they need to stop conceding soft goals early on in games.
"We need to start on the front foot and stay in the game as long as possible," he added.
"Having gone behind three games in a row, it's important to start well.
"When you concede so early, everyone gets down - the players and the fans - and we are all on edge."