Leeds United boss Garry Monk insists his side are ready to hunt down Fulham as they look to take back the play-off spot the Cottagers took from them over the Easter weekend.
Fulham leapfrogged the Yorkshire side into sixth place after they beat Aston Villa 3-1 , while Wolves defeated Leeds 1-0 thanks to a Nouha Dicko goal at Elland Road.
That was Leeds' third defeat in five games, a run that has seen Fulham claw their way to become level on points with Monk's side, but with a massive goal difference of 24 putting them into the play-off places.
Fulham still have to play Huddersfield, Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday while Leeds play Burton Albion, Norwich and Wigan and Monk believes that sometimes it's easier to be on the hunt.
He said: "We're disappointed with that result (against Wolves). We didn't want that to happen at this stage of the season.
"But we've had the mentality for so long where we've been in the play-offs quite comfortably and have kind of been in that protective mode of trying to stay in there.
"Now we have to change that mentality to be a team that goes on the hunt and lets it all go.
"It's still a really good situation for us. We've got no time to feel sorry for ourselves, that doesn't get you anywhere.
"This is the interesting part. We spent so long in there with the points advantage and we don't have that luxury anymore.
"Now we have to go on the hunt. Sometimes it's easier and there's less pressure when you're on the hunt. When you're in there, there's a different pressure.
"These are three of the biggest games of our lives."