"With eight games to go, we're sitting top of the table and it's all to play for. We've got to get as many points as possible."Although Iwelumo recognises Charlton are still fighting for their lives, securing a last-gasp 2-2 draw at Reading in midweek, he does not rate highly their chances of surviving in the second tier."You know how hard the Championship is and if you go on a little run of bad results you can find yourself in a bit of a rut," he explained."They've given themselves a lot to do if I'm being honest. I've got a lot of friends there and it'll be a sore one to take for them."Iwelumo is expected to shrug off a couple of slight knocks to retain his place in Mick McCarthy's starting line-up but Wolves will be without their injured winger Matt Jarvis.