Wolves players have reacted positively to the weekends 3-2 first leg play off semi final defeat to The Baggies.
Everyone from eth captain down has spoken with the same conviction that Wolve sre not facing a mission impossible when they travel to The Hawthorns Wednesday night.
Defensive frailties reared their heads once more on Sunday that Mick McCarthy has worked hard on to ensure the job in hand isn't made any tougher by a recurrence of individual errors that were so costly at the weekend.
The team has shown that the West Brom defence is far from water tight, and that without Dean Kiely being in outstanding form, could easily leak more goals that young Wayne Hennessey.
There are few certainties going into this game, but one is that every man in the Wolves line up is going to be at the veey top of his game to give Wanderers any chance of progressing in the play offs.
And if West Brom are at anything other than theirs, blue and white nerves could be given a rollercoaster ride when the two temas face each other for the final time this season.