Brentford boss Mark Warburton has played down the importance of Saturday's top-of-the-table clash against Wolves.
The League One leaders go into the game on the back of an astonishing 19-match unbeaten run, while Wolves have won five on the spin to get their automatic promotion bid back on track.
However, with 16 games remaining, Warburton insists the Bees won't be approaching the clash any different.
He said: "It's business as usual for us. We'll be preparing as we would do for any other game.
"Wolves have won their last five and are up there for a reason, but we're on a good run ourselves and want that to continue.
"They have spent a lot of money and have what I understand to be the biggest budget in the division.
"They signed Nouha Dicko and Leon Clarke, who is a proven scorer, so we know it's going to be tough.
"They are pushing hard, but a lot of teams have gone on similar winning streaks this season, like ourselves and Leyton Orient.
"There's some very good teams in this division. There are no gimmes and if we don't impose ourselves we will have a problem."