Sir Alex Ferguson insists Manchester United will not be taking Wolves for granted on Sunday.
After that, City must go to Stoke, offering United even further reason to make up for their Europa League humbling by Athletic Bilbao by turning the screw in the championship battle.
Wolves have slumped into the bottom three on the back of a run that has seen them collect just 15 points from their last 25 Premier League games. Sacking Mick McCarthy does not seem to have made much difference either as his replacement, Terry Connor, has collected a single point from his three games in charge, culminating in last weekend's dismal home defeat by Blackburn.
However, Ferguson will not be fooled. His side were top of the table and unbeaten when they approached last season's corresponding fixture and Wolves were bottom. It was the home side who came out on top though, securing a result that helped maintain their top-flight status.
Virtually the same situation applies itself this weekend and Ferguson is adopting an air of caution. He said: "We always take teams seriously. That is the one quality we have had for years and years. We don't take anything for granted. It is a year on but it is the same scenario. We were top of the league then, they were towards the bottom part. We have to perform."