Owen Coyle has called on his Bolton side to fully focus on Saturday's crucial relegation six-pointer with Wolves at Molineux.
Wolves are bottom of the table, while Bolton are just a point above the drop zone, and three points could be critical for both sides in their battle for Premier League safety.
It has been a difficult few days for the Trotters after Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest in their abandoned FA Cup quarter-final with Tottenham, with Spurs winning the rearranged clash 3-1 on Tuesday night.
Coyle now wants his side to focus on beating the drop and build on their 2-1 success against Blackburn last weekend.
"It's an important game on Saturday," said Coyle.
"We go into the game following a good run of form and we need to bring it all together against a strong Wolves side.
"Everyone is desperate to play their part for Bolton and that is very pleasing. What we have to do now is make sure we get enough points to stay in the league.
"We've got enough quality and desire in the squad to do exactly that."