Karl Henry has said he is confident Wolves will bounce back in the fight for Premiership survival.
The Midlands side are currently bottom of the table, having suffered crushing defeats against Newcastle and Everton in their last two games.
"We're in a position which no one wants to be in but we are here - we've got to deal with it - and show our character as players and individuals and as a team," Henry told the club's official website. "I have to say I look at the situation and think that ten times out of ten we've got what it takes to get the wins we need to get out of the position we are in."
Wolves have a game in hand over their rivals and will play three of their remaining six games in eight days, starting with a home fixture against Fulham this Saturday.
Henry added: "We've had two big disappointments over the last two games but we've got to bounce back again for these last six games.
"They are all winnable in my eyes and we still need to meet our target of getting three wins from the six. Anything less than that and it might not be enough to keep us up.
"We want to get those points on the board as quickly as possible."
Wolves host Fulham at Molineux on Saturday. Kickoff is at 15.00.