All the talk at Molineux for the past two days has centred on a potential FA Cup clash with Manchester United later this month.
If the Premiership behemoths can put Burton Albion's cup dreams to an end then Glenn Hoddle's men face the mouth-watering prospect of a tie with Sir Alex Ferguson's starlets.
However, Hoddle will be trying to focus everyone's mind on the job in hand and that involved beating Luton Town at Molineux on Friday night to ignite their promotion campaign.
A run of only two wins in nine games has dashed any hopes of an automatic promotion position and they are now looking yearningly at a playoff position.
They are currently two points behind Crystal Palace having played a game more and Friday's opponents can leapfrog them with a victory at Molineux.
And with Hoddle's troops flattering to deceive at home, they have only emerged victorious five times on 14 occasions; Luton will approach the fixture without any trepidation.
It remains to be seen whether or not Hoddle will follow up his initial interest in Liverpool centre-forward Neil Mellor.
The young striker has been told he can leave Anfield and Sunderland, Sheffield United and Stoke City are all potential suitors, along with Wolves.
Hearts have now entered the race and the Tynecastle club are believed to have tabled a bid somewhere approaching £1 million. That could possibly curtail Wolves' interest, as they want to replenish their squad still further.
And Hoddle is certainly clearing the decks in anticipation of new arrivals at the club, as he allowed Sammy Clingan to join Nottingham Forest on a permanent deal yesterday.
The Northern Ireland Under-21 international had been on loan at Chesterfield but Forest manager Gary Megson has come in for Clingan as well as Walsall's Julian Bennett to aid their League One promotion push.
However, the potential visit of Manchester United has certainly lifted spirits around Molineux after a frustrating campaign and Wolves' manager is looking forward to pitting his wits against the cream of the country.
"They don't come any bigger than this," said Hoddle. "We expect United will go through but it's great it's a home draw, the lads are already buzzing.
"They want to play against the best and Manchester United are one of the biggest teams in Europe.
"Everyone will expect them to beat us but this year we have already seen that upsets can happen so we will fancy our chances."
Wolves will draw inspiration from the last time the two sides met at Molineux on January 17 2004 in a Premiership clash.
Kenny Miller was on target for Wolves, who claimed a famous 1-0 win.