Head coach Kenny Jackett must decide whether to change a winning formula when Wolves host Crawley on Friday night.
Jackett has kept faith with an unchanged XI for the last two matches as Wanderers swept past Gillingham 4-0 and then beat Bristol City 2-1.
That means recent signing Kevin McDonald is still awaiting his full debut having come off the bench to enjoy a late cameo at Ashton Gate last weekend.
Midfielder Dave Edwards continues to miss out with his ankle injury while fit-again back-up goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has completed a one-month loan move to Yeovil.
Joe Walsh should return to the Crawley defence for the trip.
Centre-half Walsh was left out of the side beaten 2-1 by Rotherham last Saturday after his midweek appearance for Wales' Under-21s left him struggling with tight hamstrings.
Winger Luke Rooney is still awaiting his full debut following his recent switch from Swindon.
Veteran striker Gary Alexander is also pushing for a recall should manager Richie Barker opt for experience on what will be Town's first ever trip to Molineux.