Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Kenny Jackett has challenged his side to continue their recent form against Crawley Town on Friday night.
The Molineux outfit have won their last two League One fixtures, and Jackett has insisted that they will need to continue that run of form to remain near the top of the table.
The 51-year-old told the Express & Star: "We have to realise that the Gillingham and Bristol City games can't be one-offs, we must have some consistency.
"If you look at the top three clubs in this division, traditionally, there is a high points total for usually two or quite often three teams. I think that the points total will be very high this year."
Wolves are currently in third position in League One, while Crawley are in 10th.