Wolves defender Ronald Zubar is wary of a wounded Arsenal side ahead of their clash at the Emirates on Saturday.
The 25-year-old Frenchman is preparing for a tough weekend trip to North London, with the Gunners capitulating against Newcastle last time out when they threw away a four-goal lead to draw 4-4.
It was a completely different story for Wolves, though, with the Premier Leagues strugglers pulling off a remarkable result to beat Manchester United 2-1 and end the Red Devils' fine run.
Their previous league victory had been against Chelsea and Mick McCarthy's men have also beaten the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City this season.
However, Zubar is anticipating a tough tie at Arsenal and knows that Arsene Wenger's side will be out to prove a point.
He told the club's official website: "I know a bit about Arsenal with there being some French players there.
"They were very disappointed about the draw with Newcastle and having been 4-0 up it felt like a loss.
"They will want to put that right by beating us and it's their home game with the chance to show something positive to their fans.
"But we've just beaten Manchester United and can go to the Emirates and try to get another positive result.
"Last year we played very well at Arsenal but conceded in the last minute.
"Again we can learn from that but it is never easy against Arsenal because they can score at any moment."
Meanwhile, the Black Country club have announced they are to proceed with the first step in the redevelopment of Molineux at the end of the season with a new £16million two-tier stand.