Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is not running scared from Premier League matches against Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal.[LNB] The Molineux outfit sit in the relegation zone after failing to record a victory since defeating Stoke on the opening day of the season.[LNB]Wolves are therefore desperate for a win but the prospect of facing the top-flight's big guns is not an enviable task.[LNB]McCarthy, though, is not intimidated and would rather be playing the likes of Chelsea, United, City and Arsenal than competing in the Championship. [LNB]"It's a tough run but that's great," he said in The Sun.[LNB]"These are the games you want to play in and who says we can't beat one of the big boys?[LNB]"It could be Scunthorpe away, Doncaster at home, Barnsley at home and someone else in the Championship![LNB]"We've got four big games but let's get something from them."