Ahead of Wednesday's Sky Bet Championship game at Wolves, Norwich City Head Coach Daniel Farke says his side are a different animal from when the two sides last met.
City hosted the league leaders at Carrow Road back in October, with a goal in each half giving the West Midlands outfit a 2-0 victory.
Speaking to the media at Colney Training Centre on Tuesday, Farke outlined how he feels his squad has improved as a cohesive unit since then.
"We've developed from when we first played them," the Canaries boss explained.
"We are in a good shape and have shown we can compete with good sides. They are the favourites but we are looking forward to the game.
"We know the size of the task as Wolves are the best team in the league. They will 100 per cent be promoted in the summer.
"They have a lot of quality and their counter-actions are outstanding. We know we have to put in an outstanding performance to get a result and that's what we're trying to do."
Farke believes his young squad are learning all the time, and will benefit from the experience they can draw from Sunday's East Anglian derby clash with Ipswich.
"We didn't have our best day but came back with the last situation of the game," he added.
"It's important for the self-confidence and for the togetherness. Our young players will grow from the experience.
"It wasn't our best performance but we have the feeling we are heading in the right direction. You learn the most from the mistakes.
"Wolves will be a different game to Ipswich as they have a different style. We might have a bit more space to create but have to be precise."