And Chopra, who returned to Cardiff in January, is looking forward to testing himself against Mick McCarthy's side when they meet at Molineux.
"Wolves are having a wobble," he said in the South Wales Echo. "It's similar to how we were at Cardiff City a couple of seasons ago when we were well clear going to Plymouth Argyle and blew up. Wolves always seem to feel the pressure after Christmas. At one stage they were 10 or 11 points clear, Now they are not so far away.
"The match at Molineux will be fantastic. I'd love to be involved. I can clearly remember the last time I played there with Cardiff. I had gone 14 matches without scoring a goal and lobbed their keeper from 20 yards (in a 2-1 win). It would be fantastic to do that again. The main aim, though, is to keep Cardiff's unbeaten run going."
He added: "I am confident that I can shoot Cardiff City into the Premier League. I believe that I can help Cardiff get to the next level. When you look at all the main clubs around the top they did not do much business in the transfer window. But Cardiff did and that could make all the difference."