Tony Mowbray insist that his side are aiming for maximum points from the final three games of the season.
With Rovers being just one point from safety, the boss believes there is still plenty to play for in the remaining matches, and would ideally love to get a hat-trick of wins to try to ensure another season of Championship football.
A win and a draw over the Easter weekend has seen Rovers close the gap on the teams above them and the boss wants to increase the pressure further with another positive result against Wolves tomorrow.
"It would be a big boost to get three points although it would still not guarantee anything," said Mowbray.
"We have to make life as difficult for those two teams as possible, and obviously by getting three points in the next game it would make life difficult for them as they are going to have to win to not drop into the bottom spots.
"So lets wait and see, our target is to try and get nine points from three games and if we did then it would give us a pretty good chance.
"We know that is a big ask, but was a big ask to go to Nottingham Forest and win and we managed to find a performance to do that.
"I see this game as a pretty similar game. I think Wolves is a big club with a big support, so hopefully we've got the players that look forward to those days in the big arenas with a decent sized crowd and actually relish the challenge in front of them."
Rovers fans are reminded that there are no sales on the day at Molineux and that tickets go off sale at Ewood at 4pm this Friday.
Tickets are priced at £30 Adults, £15 Seniors 65+ and Under 21’s £15, Under 17’s £12 and Under 12’s £10.