Ryan Bennett believes that January’s training camp in Spain has been a springboard for Wolves' recent form.
Wolves have headed to Spain on the back of a 2-0 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest but since returning, have won all three games.
Bennett feels that the trip came at the right time and he says that the positive effects have shown in recent performances.
Bennett said, “Obviously the last few results after the Nottingham Forest game, have been really pleasing.
“We had the trip away to Spain and we’ve come back from that and won the games that we’ve had.
“I think it was an important time to get away - the work we got in out there was really good and I think that’s shown in the recent performances that we’ve had.”
Wolves now turn their attentions to the trip to Deepdale to face seventh-placed Preston North End on Saturday.
Despite recent performances being pleasing to Bennett, he says that Wolves will be aiming to win every game between now and the end of the season.
“We don’t want the gap to get any smaller – we only want it to get bigger,” he said.
“The last few results have been really pleasing.
“We just need to continue that from now until the end of the season.
“We take every game as it comes and want to win it. That’s the aim we’ve got.”
“People don’t see what we do every day, the pressure on training and everything we’re doing.
“You don’t get away with coming in being half-hearted, it doesn’t work like that.
“Every game is massive. We know every win is massive now.
“At the minute Saturday is the most important one. We want the three points.
“I take every game as it comes. We know the position we’re in and where we want to be – it’s as simple as that.
“We know we have to be 100 per cent every game to win it.
“We’ve ground games out this season, we’ve played well more often than not, we know what we have to do and if we’re not there it’s not going to work.
“It’s the same dimension on the pitch, we’ll have our game plan, we’ll put into place what we want to do and if we do that we’ll get the result.”