Wolves head into their match with Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening with very little left to play for.
The Midlands-based outfit have secured 34 points from 32 games so far and are pretty much safe from the drop.
They sit six points clear of 18th and one more win in their final six will likely be enough to keep them up once more. Wolves are also well off the pace of the top seven, so no European football is up for grabs.
Crystal Palace are in a similar boat, so it is hard to see how this one will play out.
Predicted Wolves line-up vs Crystal Palace
Wolves team news vs Crystal Palace
Wolves have four injury issues ahead of their game with Palace.
Sasa Kalajdzic and Francisco Oliveira remain sidelined with long-term injuries and will be out of action for the remainder of the campaign.
Boubacar Traore is lacking match fitness but could return this week.
Mario Lemina has a tight hamstring and is a doubt to face Palace.