Norwich City defender Grant Hanley says his side need to execute their training ground plans to perfection when they visit Wolves on Wednesday night (7:45pm).
The Canaries face a daunting task in coming up against the Sky Bet Championship runaway leaders, who appear destined to spend next season in the Premier League.
Hanley points to City's impressive showings on the road this term as evidence they can upset the odds at Molineux, with Daniel Farke's men having shown a penchant for doing just that so far this season.
"We'll play our game and look for a positive result," he told the media on Tuesday afternoon.
"We've been good away from home this year. We've been solid and organised.
"Wolves are a good team and they know how they're going to play. The pressure is on them.
"It's up to the lads to put what we've been training on onto the park and to get a result."
City go into the game in impressive form, mirroring their upcoming opponents' results over the past six matches.
"We're on a good run which we need to keep going," the 26-year-old added.
"We don't look at the table because we don't want to look too far ahead. We're fully focused on Wolves and need to back Sunday up with another result.
"The Ipswich game was a credit to the lads, finding that wee bit to come back and equalise. It shows the character of the group.
"All the lads are working together. We have a great team spirit."