Nuno Espirito Santo insists that the recent defeat to Fulham will not cause him to change his approach when Wolves visit Leeds United on Wednesday.
Wolves lost for only the fifth time this season - 2-0 at Fulham in their last game on 24th February - while Saturday's match against Reading was postponed.
Wolves can move six points clear of second-placed Cardiff City if they win at Elland Road and they are 19/20 to do just that and 1/10000 to be promoted from the Championship this season.
Despite starting the campaign well, Leeds are 13th after slumping to a 3-0 defeat at Middlesbrough last Friday, and they can be backed at 11/2 to draw 1-1 with the league leaders on home soil.
Nuno said: "Our team and our players are ready to play in any stadium, in any circumstances. Our last performance was not good but we were able to analyse that and we had time to work on that.
"We knew from the beginning of the competition that everything was going to be difficult and we cannot win every game so we have to be ready for these kinds of moments.
"We don't change our approach - from day one we have been looking at the same things and trying to improve our shape and our ideas. We have to put our talent and quality on the pitch."
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