Wolves Head Coach, Nuno Espirito Santo, believes that the team need to be relentless in their preparations for each and every game.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday night's Sky Bet Championship clash with Norwich city, the boss explained that the players and staff aim to win every game, and that the training sessions ahead of each fixture are what can make that possible.
"My views don't change much," explained Nuno before adding: "It was a tough game at Preston on Saturday but we are not happy with the result.
"The performance of the boys was good, they worked hard.
"We want to win every game but sometimes you get a different result so you just have to bounce back and go for the next game.
"That's what we've been doing over the last few days and we prepare ourselves for Wednesday.
"That's being relentless. That's the right word.
"We know what we have to do, we have to work very hard for each game and that's what we have been doing. We are ready for Wednesday."
Norwich City come into the midweek fixture at Molineux on the back of a late goal to earn a point in the East Anglian Derby on Sunday afternoon.
Nuno believes that the Canaries will be a tough opponent but maintained that his side need to concentrate on their own game.
"They will have good momentum. Norwich are a good team with a good manager and are playing good football," said the Head Coach.
"Let's focus on ourselves, we know what we have to do tomorrow.
"We don't care if they have extra motivation, we have to focus on ourselves.
"We are going to give everything that we have against Norwich and in each game until the end of the season."
The Wolves boss revealed that there were no fresh injury concerns after Saturday's draw at Deepdale despite a battling, high-tempo game.
He said: "Everybody was okay afterwards. It was a tough game with a high intensity.
"I always say that the players of Wolves are ready, they stand up and they go on.
"There are things that the referees should protect. Wolves players, the opponent players, English players, foreign players; everybody must be protected by the referee.
"It's a tough job being a referee but he's there to analyse and make a decision. He should always protect the integrity of the players.
"Wolves players or opponent players, all of their integrity should be protected. They just want to play football."