Wolves captain Jody Craddock says the fans will make a big contribution to their Premiership survival this season.
"They are massive, they are our twelfth man," Craddock said. "We are not going to win a whole lot, even the best teams go three or four games on the spin.
"But the key is the fans stick behind us and accept that we are going to lose some games. We need to know that they are behind us. Keeping the faith is the only way we can do it. If we lose a few games we will have to keep going and stick together, there's no point getting too down because that won't help anybody."
And that's where the fervent home support comes in:
"Molineux could be quite an intimidating place, with 28,000 people in there and everyone's cheering it has got a great atmosphere. Let's use it."