Manager Mick McCarthy is confident that his Wolves side are back on track after a poor recent run of form threatened to derail their Championship title hopes.
Wolves have edged 1-0 wins at both Crystal Palace and Sheffield Wednesday in tier last two games, having failed to win any of their previous five league matches.
McCarthy said after the Hillsborough success: "It was a solid and comprehensive 1-0 performance.
"We've had games where we've had to fight our way back and push treacle up the hill, so it's nice to have two games where we've shown we can hold a lead.
"It's difficult to know why we put ourselves under pressure with recent results.
"We were clear and then had a few games when we didn't play particularly well and made mistakes and teams have drawn within touching distance of us.
"It's a credit to the players they've come through the sticky patch with victories at Selhurst Park and Hillsborough."