The Owls will be hoping to pick up their first win in six games but another poor result could spell the end for head coach Carlos Carvalhal.
Carvalhal intends to look "very deeply" into Wednesday's current plight.
"We knew expectation would be high, but we understand that," he said.
"We try to do better than last season and knew the risks we would take because of the expectations.
"The Championship is more balanced in this moment and teams like Wolves are getting better and better.
"But we believe in our work. When we analyse something we don't just look at the last games, we look very deep into all the things.
"I am resilient, I know where the problems (area), some of them we can solve.
"We need to recover the (injured) players to have more internal competition, like in the last two years."
While the Molineux faithful may already be allowing themselves to dream of a return to the Premier League, Nuno Espirito Santo will not let anything destabilise the group - and that includes buying just for the sake of it when the transfer window re-opens.
"The decisions we are going to make (in January) will be made with a lot of thinking time, a lot of consideration and a lot of dialogue, knowing that we still have a long way to go - and we cannot make any kind of mistakes," he said.
"When I say that, to come to the squad of Wolves in this moment, he has to be something that gives us an increase of quality and different characteristics that we don't have.
"We are very, very happy with the squad that we have."