Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has warned his players to expect more battles against struggling sides following Tuesday's 3-3 draw with Norwich City.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake helped himself to the first hat-trick of his career, but it wasn't enough to see off the challenge of the battling Canaries as Wolves blew a golden chance to open up a commanding seven-point advantage at the top of the table.
"It's not a foregone conclusion that just because we're playing Watford and Norwich at home that we're going to get six points," he told the club's official website.
"All the teams are scrapping and Norwich have got a new manager and they've got plenty of pace in the side and Gunny (boss Bryan Gunn) has got them firing.
"I've told the players we've still got to play Barnsley, Charlton, Southampton, Doncaster.
"They're in that bottom half fighting for points to stay in this league and that's not going to be easy.
"It's just disappointing that having gone in front we didn't see the game out."