However, Neil is taking the positives from almost coming from three goals down at Molineux and feels that the North-West outfit are capable of ending Wolves' three-match winning streak.
The 36-year-old is quoted by the Birmingham Mail as saying: "We're playing the best team in the league so far this season in terms of what they've managed to do.
"I think we gave a good account of ourselves. I'd like to think that we're a better team now and hopefully we can make sure that this is going to be a really good game for us.
"Every team has got vulnerabilities. I think we exposed some of those vulnerabilities last time. We will look at what they are good at, we'll look at how we're going to stop that, and then we'll look at where they're vulnerable and at how we're going to expose that."
Preston head into the game in seventh position, just three points from a place in the playoffs.