Jamie O'Hara has challenged Wolves to claim four more wins in order to sidestep relegation from the Premier League this season.
Mick McCarthy's men currently sit 17th in the table and just a point clear of the drop zone ahead of Sunday's Black Country derby against West Brom at Molineux.
Wolves have only won five games this term but former Spurs midfielder O'Hara feels four more from their remaining 14 matches could be enough to keep them up for a third successive campaign.
He told the Daily Express: "I feel we need another four wins and hopefully we'll get a couple of draws as well.
"I'm looking to have that same sort of impact again as I did last year and help us stay up."
O'Hara returned to action against QPR last weekend following two months on the sidelines after double hernia surgery but is now a doubt for the Baggies clash due to a groin problem.
The 25-year-old midfielder is desperate to get some regular games under his belt following his time out.
"Being out of the side for a couple of months means I feel fresh and hungry to get back," he added.
"I love scoring goals and if I'm playing in that role off the front man then I need to get on the scoresheet.
"I love the big games and big derbies - I've always relished those sorts of opportunities to play the rivals and the televised games because it's what you dream of as a kid."