Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has called on his side to produce their best form every week after beating Manchester United at Molineux.
Wolves have now accounted for both Manchester clubs, Chelsea and Liverpool in a bizarre year. They went behind to Nani's early striker but George Elokobi levelled, then claimed the winner just before the break when both he and Kevin Doyle felt they got a touch to Nenad Milijas' free-kick.
"I couldn't care less who gets it," he smiled. "They could give it to Wayne Rooney for all I care.
"Kevin probably deserves it but I sincerely hope it will be a turning point for us because we need to get some points - and I am not bothered where they come from.
"We are in this position because whilst we have beaten some of the top teams, we have been bobbins against those around us. West Ham, Wigan, Blackpool. They have all taken points from us.
"It is all right lounging around and basking in the sunny day of beating Manchester United, we have to do it against other teams and do damage to them to make sure we preserve our Premier League status."