The Welsh midfielder believes the Molineux outfit will come out firing in what is their last game in the Premiership following relegation.
Dave Jones' men are in form with a run of one defeat in six games, a sequence that has come just too late in their bid to avoid the drop.
Throw in Dennis Irwin's last game of an illustrious career and the likes of Paul Ince and Alex Rae snapping away in midfield and you see where Simon is coming from.
"It will be a tough one, don't worry about that," he said. "Wolves have been playing well of late and maybe that's because the pressure has been off.
"They are going out there and getting what they can from the season and are playing well.
"They have some decent, experienced players and their front two in Cort and Camara can make things happen. It's their last home game as well and, like us on Saturday, they won't want to lose in front of their own fans.
"They might be down already but they have a lot to play for - I'm sure they will give everything."
Simon Davies is expecting anything but an end-of-season stroll at Wolves on Saturday.