David Edwards says Wolves have to go on the front foot at Barnsley.
Tomorrow’s relegation battle in Yorkshire sees the fourth and third-bottom sides go head-to-head.
"We’ve got to go there and try and get a win, there is no point trying to just think about a draw,” the Welsh midfielder said.
"We got a point at Derby and if we can find a bit more quality and recover well we’ve got a chance.
"It’s the old cliché but it’s a six-pointer up at Oakwell.
"We’ve got to be up for it and win that battle in the first 20 minutes and make sure we want it more than them.
"We need to roll up our sleeves and fight for it and then hopefully show some quality after that.
"We are in a relegation battle now but if we do things properly we will get the right result.”
Wolves have not won under Dean Saunders but Edwards says they go into the game in a positive mood.
"I think we’re playing better and looking more solid than we have been when we were leaking goals at different stages of the season.
"The gaffer has been keen from the start to make us harder to beat and so if we come to places like Derby make sure that 0-0 is the worst result that we get.
"We will work hard but just need to add that quality or finishing touch whether from set-pieces or open play.
"If you’re sitting near the top of the league and you come here and get a point it’s a good result.
"But in the position we are in where we need points we are a little bit disappointed with it.
"At the same time it is still a clean sheet – the gaffer has got us a lot more solid and that is what he said he needed from us and it gives us a base to build from.
"It wasn’t a game which was easy to watch and reminded me of my time in the lower leagues with a scrap to get the ball and not much proper football.
"The pitch was quite firm and bobbly and you really had to concentrate on your first touch and it didn’t allow for too much fluent football.
"We needed to graft and that’s what we did with 11 men working their socks off and that was enough to get us a point.
"We know we need to add that bit of quality, which we lacked.”
Wolves at least gained a clean sheet. Edwards said: "We’ve got two proper centre-halves in there who want to put their bodies on the line and get challenges in.
"It was Kaspars’ first game but it looked like he’d been in there all season. Danny Batth has been a revelation since he came in.
"A lot of the boys have known he is going to be a top player because he is such a great professional for a young lad. He’s a monster who loves defending and winning headers and I think he’s going to have a very good career.”