Wayne Hennessey is hoping lightning does not strike twice as Wolves again take on Arsenal and Bolton in successive away days.
Last season Mick McCarthy's side lost 1-0 at Bolton on 2nd February before going down 2-0 to the Gunners at the Emirates ten days later.
This season it is the opposite way around - Wolves first face Arsenal on Tuesday before going to the Reebok on Saturday - and Hennessey is hoping for different results this time around as McCarthy's side attempt to haul themselves away from relegation trouble.
The Wolves keeper told the club's official website: "Hopefully we can go to Arsenal and try and get a result. They have got some fabulous stars in their team but these are the games we thrive on and want to do well.
"We want to prove we can play against these teams and these players and give them problems.
"It's a good test for us and a good challenge.
"The Bolton game last season was just down to one mistake. We were on course for what would have been a good point.
"They've not had the best of times recently but they will be up for it and we will need to go there and play well.
"No matter where people are in the table they are always tough games and these two will be no exception.
"But I am sure people look at the Bolton one closely because we are close together in the table.
"We will try and get a good result and it's fair to say anything we get from Arsenal would be a great return.
"Both games will be difficult but we will go out and give our best to try and get some points on the board."