Wolves manager Mick McCarthy will be looking to banish the memory of his side's 3-1 defeat against Preston by putting one over neighbours Birmingham City in Tuesday night's FA Cup third-round clash.
An under-par performance from McCarthy's men saw the Coca-Cola Championship leaders slip to only their second home defeat of the season on Saturday.
After establishing a comprehensive lead, Wolves' advantage at the top of the table now stands at just four points and McCarthy's men are without a win in three. But the former Sunderland manager has now challenged his side to bounce back from the defeat by beating Blues in the Cup.
"I never thought this season was going to be easy, it is always hard," McCarthy told www.wolves.co.uk. "We lost the game but we won't panic as we are a good side.
"All the questions that have been asked of me and my side have been in the first half of the season. The question is now: can we bounce back? We shall see."
The original tie had to be postponed due to a frozen pitch and Birmingham's last match at Blackpool suffered the same fate, meaning that the Blues have not played in two weeks.
Recent meetings between the two have been tight affairs - five of the last six derbies have been drawn and Wolves have not won at St Andrew's for almost eight years.
The winners of the tie will have the chance to take the scalp of Middlesbrough in the next round.