Kenny Jackett is daring to dream of automatic promotion after watching his Wolves side win 1-0 at Cardiff City in the Sky Bet Championship.Bakary Sako's goal gave the visitors all three points at the Cardiff City Stadium to make it four wins from five and spoil Vincent Tan's first visit of the season.
The Malaysian owner had not watched his Bluebirds in action since May last year, but his presence could not help them to victory, with their cause not being helped by the second-half sending off of Peter Whittingham.
While the Welsh club plot a new way forward, former Swansea boss Jackett is dreaming big as his side hit form at just the right time to move within two points of the Play-Offs, and eight of leaders Derby County.
He said: "You can only look at your own form but we have goals and spirit in this team and those are things we can capitalise on.
"Your own performance level is everything and it is still there for us. It is possible to go on a run of eight or nine wins out of 10 and you have to believe we can do it.
"This run is coming at the right time for us and we want it to continue because it is giving us a very good opportunity.
"This is a big club, as Wolves we are always looking to be up there and we will keep going."