Fatigue The Only Fear
Mick McCarthy doesn't mince words, nor make elaborate excuses.
Following his sides dramatic 1-0 win over local rivals West Bromwich Albion, he was in no mood to get carried away or rest on his laurels.
'Our season is not done, we have nine more games starting at Coventry on Tuesday and they are in form too.
'Let's not get carried away and complacent just because we have beat Albion.' he said.
The trip to The Ricoh Stadium is not one that he would have wished to come so close to a match played at times at frenetic pace.
And the effect of such an emotional fixture is lodged firmly at the front of his thoughts.
'This has been a high tempo game and we won't have had as much rest as Coventry so it's going to be a tough match for us.' he told the clubs official site.
At the moment everyone associated with Wolves will want to savor the sweet taste of revenge and the chance to laud it over their black country cousins.
Whilst tomorrow it will be business as usual, as Mick McCarthy scans the treatment room roster and prepares for the teams trip to Coventry City, and the chance to chalk a seventh win in this extraordinary run.