Reading have two games in hand while Dave Jones' Bluebirds have four - making the table difficult to truly read. Wolves could find themselves out of the top two if both clubs win all of their games, but Keogh knows what situation he would rather be in.
"I don't think everyone will win their games in hand," the striker told the club's official website. "I'd much rather have the points on the board."
He added: "We're just looking at the next game, on trying to get a win and moving on from there. We're looking forward at what's to come.
"We've had our break and are really looking forward to the run-in. I think the Cardiff game showed we were back to playing more free-flowing football and really enjoying it again. Once we play like that and enjoy our football the rest will follow."