Molineux is where promotion will be won or lost this season - so the sooner Wolves get back to winning ways on home turf the better.
Recent weeks have seen a positive early start labour into a pretty average beginning.
Fans have grown to expect success at home in the Championship so the past two games have been a disappointment.
The defeat to Crystal Palace was a surprise result and just when Wolves looked like they had put things right on Tuesday, a last-gasp goal denied them a vital win.
Of course a point was still a creditable outcome, especially as Bolton layed siege to their goal for almost the entire second half.
But Stale Solbakken needs to find that winning formula again, especially at home.
Wolves may be sitting pretty in fifth place and still within touching distance of the automatic places.
Yet the top two are setting the trend needed to stay exactly where they are – untouchable home form.
Leicester and Cardiff occupy the top two places in the division and both have 100 per-cent home records.
The Foxes are playing decent football and consistently winning games.
Cardiff on the other hand may not look as convincing but they’re getting the results that they desperately need.
At Molineux, the jury is still out.
Solbakken has got his side playing decent football and the new identity of the side is starting to shape up.
They must be more clinical when the Addicks come to town on Saturday to avoid a repeat of Tuesday.
Wolves took charge of the first 45 minutes but after break it was all Bolton.
Reflecting on what went wrong Solbakken said: “We could and should have done better when we had a lead so late in the game.
“We really struggled with the rhythm in the second half and I have said all along Bolton have the best squad in the division; they are a very good side.
“It was one of the best games I have seen in the Championship for the quality of football.
“We ruled the first half and they ruled the second.
“There was no plan to sit deep, we were pressurised.
“Some players were tired and I made some changes to try to get back in the game.
“But 2-2 was a fair result, I think, when you look at the possession and chances.
“We were under big pressure for a while but it wasn’t like the Derby match.
“We played a bad game then but, against Bolton, we played well for long spells.”