Wolves teenager Ruben Vinagre believes they can get back on track on Saturday when they go up against Brighton.
The Molineux outfit saw their six-game unbeaten run ended last time out when they fell to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Watford.
They still sit in a lofty ninth place and can cement their spot in the top half on Saturday if they take all three points away from the Amex Stadium.
Vinagre feels Wolves can recover from the minor blip against the Hornets and insists they will fight to get back to winning ways.
“We started well and we’re on the right track, but we always want more and we’re doing our best at moment to give our best possible,” Vinagre said.
“It’s going well and we have worked hard for that and we’re going to continue along that path.
“The game against Watford wasn’t our most successful game but it won’t change anything.
“We’ll keep our focus on winning the next match, which is why nothing has changed.
“We’re not in a crisis after losing that game. It’s bad, because we want to win every game but it’s in the past now and we have to focus on the path ahead.
“We want to win every game possible and it’s always possible to do that.”