Roger Johnson says the next five games are crucial if Wolves are to avoid being relegated from the Premier League.
They face a West Midlands derby clash with West Brom on Sunday, and also travel to Newcastle and Fulham during that period in addition to welcoming Blackburn and Manchester United to Molineux.
Wolves came from behind to beat QPR on Saturday to move out of the relegation zone, but skipper Johnson knows there is still work to be done.
He said: "It was a massive win on Saturday, a must-win game. Everyone was aware of that, the manager, players and supporters after losing at home to Liverpool in midweek.
"But, for me, the next five games are massive.
"We've got West Brom this weekend and then Newcastle and Blackburn. For me, the next five games will determine our season."