Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui has spoken about the tough task of taking on Nottingham Forest at the weekend.
Lopetegui's Wolves are battling relegation, much the same as Steve Cooper's Forest.
When the two sides play their relegation six pointer on Saturday, Lopetegui will be hoping they can keep Forest's attackers quiet.
Speaking to reporters during a press conference, he stated on the coming game: "We are aware what kind of match we are going to find in front of us. We know Nottingham Forest have a good team, at home above all, and we have to be ready.
"But in the same way it is a challenge for us and we are fighting very hard. They have invested a lot of money in the summer and they have fantastic players. In any moment they can damage you because they have quality, fast players.
"We have to put the focus on our strengths, with a very positive mentality.
"To have these kind of matches, this kind of pressure is a good feeling for us because we have been fighting very hard since three months ago to have this possibility [to stay up].
"For me, the mentality and the maturity is more important than the tactical side sometimes.
"There are a lot of teams in this race so we have to focus on ourselves, on our team. It is a good challenge to show our best face in this kind of situation.
"It is about how you react when you have lost, how you react when you don't have the good moments. This is going to be a very hard fight until the end."