Nenad Milijas has called on his Wolves team-mates to maintain their level of performance for 90 minutes if they are to avoid a relegation dogfight.
Mick McCarthy's men displayed commendable fighting spirit on Tuesday as they twice hit back from going a goal down to draw 2-2 with Norwich.
A battling point edged Wolves two points clear of the drop zone, but they could be sucked back into trouble if Sunderland and Wigan pick up positive results on Wednesday.
Milijas believes the men from Molineux are capable of steering a course to safety but admits they need to start delivering on a consistent basis, rather than in fits and starts.
He said: "If we want to stay up, we must repeat our good performances for 90 minutes.
"In the last few games it's been a case of in the first half being not so good, and then in the second half really great or, in the first half great, then second half not so good.
"We must produce good form for 90 minutes.
"But we have a great spirit. We have had that spirit for the last three years and with that spirit I think we will stay up this year as well because I think now we have a good team."
Milijas has also hailed the contribution of Sylvan Ebanks-Blake in Wolves' midweek draw with Norwich, with the striker celebrating his call-up in place of Kevin Doyle with his side's first goal after a two-month spell out of the team.
The Serbian midfielder said: "I am really pleased for him. It is hard when you don't play. I know that. It is big pressure on you.
"But he kept his spirits up when not playing, he trained really hard and was backing the team all the time. He was waiting for his chance, now he has scored in his first game.
"Sylvan scored a lot of goals in the Championship but he is a Premier League player and he knows that."