Christophe Berra is certain a repeat performance of their display against Manchester United on Saturday will be enough to secure Wolves maximum points from their crucial Barclays Premier League trip to Burnley next week.
Not for the first time this season, the Black Country outfit more than matched illustrious opponents, only to end up empty-handed. A combination of Paul Scholes' 100th Premier League goal, plus gilt-edged opportunities being spurned by Stephen Ward and, in stoppage time, Sam Vokes, condemned Mick McCarthy's men to their 16th defeat in 28 matches this season.
And Berra feels it is only a matter of time before Wolves' luck starts to turn, saying: "We are not on a low. It is natural to be disappointed when you lose but we can take a lot of positives out of our performances."
He added: "What we have to do now is turn the positives into points.
"If we keep playing as we are, maintain the same commitment and work just as hard, I am sure we will get a few results."
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