Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has insisted that his side must be "careful" when they face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday afternoon.
The North-East side travel to Molineux with their hosts having suffered two defeats in a row, but Karanka, who has also witnessed his own side fail to win in three games, has warned his players not to underestimate Kenny Jackett's men.
The 42-year-old told reporters: "Maybe Wolves are not in a good moment right now after two bad results but we have to be careful.
"We can't go there thinking it will be an easy game for us or we will be in danger of losing. We have to know it will be a difficult game because every game is difficult in this division."
Middlesbrough currently sit in sixth place in the Championship standings, while Wolves occupy 12th spot.