Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle is hoping his side can repeat their win over Wolves at Molineux last season this weekend.
In November 2010, Stuart Holden bagged the winner as Bolton claimed a crucial 3-2 away success over Mick McCarthy's troops.
Bolton come into the match on the back of a 2-1 victory over Blackburn, a game in which the club paid tribute to midfielder Fabrice Muamba, who is recovering after suffering cardiac arrest at White Hart Lane on March 17.
Six points from their last two league outings have moved Coyle's men out of the drop zone and the former Burnley boss knows the importance of winning a six-pointer against their relegation rivals.
"Saturday presents an opportunity," Coyle said. "As difficult as it is, as Wolves away is always a tough game, we went there last year and won and we have to look to do the same again.
"The players will be ready. They will recognise what's involved with the football match and what it means.
"It's not a game that's taking place in August or September where you have 30 games to recover. This is a game that comes at the business end of the season for both teams.
"We always throw out the old cliché of a six-pointer. This is a six-pointer, there's no getting away from it. It's a huge game for both teams and has huge connotations.
"If we win the game we go seven points clear with a game in hand with seven games left. If Wolves win the game it's back to one point with a game in hand.
"We have to go and be very positive to win that game and show the spirit and that camaraderie that we have, and on top of that show our quality."