Harry Redknapp insists he will not be paying too much attention to our defeat against tomorrow night's opponents Wolves two months ago.
Mick McCarthy's strugglers took an unlikely three points away from the Lane in December - something we will be looking to avenge at Molineux on Wednesday.
But our manager feels that result sums up the unpredictable nature of the Premier League, with all our fellow competitors in the race for the top four having suffered similar results at various points throughout the campaign.
Therefore, Harry believes we must take positives from recent performances and believe we can take maximum reward from our trip to the Black Country.
He said: "Wolves came and got an amazing result at the Lane, so we want to try and turn the tables at Molineux.
"But everybody has slipped up this year, not just us. Man City did against Hull at the weekend and even Chelsea did earlier in the season at Wigan.
"These things happen and there are no easy games in this league. You have to work hard to get any points out of every game.
"Wolves had a good chance to win at Birmingham on Sunday until Kevin Phillips came off the bench to turn the game around. They're scrapping for their lives and Mick knows every point is vital.
"Molineux can be a tough place to go, but we've played well wherever we've been, and if we play like we did at Birmingham or Leeds recently then we've got every chance of getting something there tomorrow.
"It's a big game and we'll be looking to get three points. We'll go up there and play the way we usually do with an open, attacking team trying to win."