Wolves captain Karl Henry has warned against complacency after three wins in a row have seen Wanderers rocket up the Championship table.
Henry was one of several players rested for the 6-0 Capital One Cup thrashing by Chelsea on Tuesday, but manager Stale Solbakken is focused on the league, where his side are on a run that has seen Leicester, Ipswich and Peterborough put to the sword.
Wolves face Sheffield Wednesday this weekend and another victory could see them draw level with Brighton at the top if other results go their way.
"At the beginning of last week we were second-bottom and we are fifth now, so we know it is early days," Henry said.
"We are not getting carried away by the wins but it was a massive week for us.
"Had we have had a rotten week we would already be looking up at the top two or three and thinking we have got a mountain to climb already.
"So it was important that we stayed in touch. However we are not going to get carried away.
"We started appallingly against Leeds, at home against Derby it wasn't great and away to Cardiff we were poor.
"Have we turned it? We have had a good week but there's a long, long way to go."