Ledley King is convinced wins will follow if the team maintains current form.
Saturday's goalless draw against Villa made it one defeat in the last 12 games in all competitions but two frustrating draws in our last two Premier League games - a last-minute equaliser at Birmingham and creating all the chances without finding a way past Villa.
Wolves are next up at Molineux on Wednesday night as we continue to fight for a place in the top four.
"I thought we did everything we could to get the result against Villa and if we continue to play like that we'll win more games than we lose," said Ledley. "We were disappointed but we can take a lot of positives from the game.
"We've been playing well. There have been times at home when we haven't put teams away, but they get bodies behind the ball and make it difficult for us. I'm sure it will be like that until the end of the season.
"Everyone is dropping points and it's down to us to win as many points as we can. We certainly go into every game wanting to win."
Ledley expects the race for the Champions League places to go ‘right down to the wire' as we now sit sixth, a point behind resurgent Liverpool and City, who grabbed fourth with a 2-0 win against Bolton on Tuesday night.
"It's been that kind of season already with teams dropping points unexpectedly," he added. "Whatever team can find the most consistency will get the fourth place. City lost at Hull on Saturday, that was a big surprise and that's the way it's been."