Wolves' Kevin Foley is paying little attention to Newcastle's emphatic 6-0 win over Aston Villa ahead of the Magpies' visit.
Newcastle bounced back from their defeat at Manchester United with a remarkable demolition job on Villa last weekend.
Wolves have made a decent start to the new campaign and Foley is not worried by the confidence Newcastle will bring to Molineux.
The 25-year-old accepts it will be a difficult game for Mick McCarthy's side, although he is quietly confident they can.
"Of course you notice a result like the 6-0," Foley told the club's official website.
"I remember last season Tottenham beat Wigan 9-1 at home and we went there for their next home match and ended up winning 1-0.
"I don't think it will be in our heads that Newcastle have won 6-0, it's just another game.
"Nobody is under any illusions that Newcastle is going to be anything but a very tough game.
"They will be on a high after their last league result against Villa. They took them on at St James' Park and stuck six goals past them.
"But we were never going to be taking them lightly even after they lost to Manchester United.
"Every game is different, and every game in this division is tough. But in the league we're very happy with our start so far.
"Getting good results in the first two games has been important and it's been very solid and given us something to build on."