Kenny Jackett feels his Wolves are well placed to mount a sustained promotion push following a goalless draw with Brentford.
While they dropped two points at home and saw Leyton Orient leapfrog them at the top of the table, Jackett is confident that the foundations are in place to make an instant return to the Championship.
He said: "That takes us on to 40 points and so we are pleased with that total but it really does depend on what we do going forward.
"All we have done ourselves so far is give ourselves a platform to work off as a club.
"We have put ourselves in a good position. We are not chasing and as a team and a club and a head coach we have to capitalise on the position that we are in.
"I think we are a work in progress. There has been a lot of transition and in some of our key areas we will always look to improve."
Jackett was pleased with the display against Brentford - and admitted failing to score at home was the only real blemish.
He added: "I felt we dominated the game for long periods and that is what we want to do at home.
"We want to be in control, we want to be in control of the ball and we did that.
"But Brentford are a very good League One side as they have proved over the last couple of seasons and I am sure they will be there or thereabouts. They made it tough for us. We had most of the ball and most of the play but they were a threat on the counter-attack."