Mick McCarthy has warned of the danger of Wolves concentrating too much on snuffing out the threat of Edin Dzeko as his side look to spring another surprise result at Manchester City.
Dzeko could make his City debut in Saturday's clash at Eastlands after the striker completed his £27million move from Wolfsburg.
McCarthy was given the rundown on Dzeko's qualities during a chat this week with Wolfsburg boss Steve McClaren. But he knows that City pose plenty of other threats as they look to avenge a 2-1 defeat at Molineux earlier in the campaign.
McCarthy said: "I spoke to Steve McClaren the other day and he gave him (Dzeko) a really good report. But, if we look after him, there are one or two others who might play well.
"I don't think for one minute we can just be looking after him when they have a team of stars. Dzeko doesn't have a kick and we are 3-0 down. It would be great that wouldn't it!
"The £27million player has not had a kick and the £32million player (Carlos Tevez) is having a great day and running riot. That would be good!"