Wolves lost 4-1 to rivals Aston Villa on Saturday but have the opportunity to bounce back with home games against Reading and Burton this week.
A bit of needle crept into the game with three first-half bookings for Danny Batth, Jota and Adomah. The whole game, we were not consistent, we were not solid and how we should be, and mistakes.More news: South Africa bowler Kagiso Rabada out of final two Tests against Australia
Some unusually lax defending, particularly at set-pieces, proved the catalyst behind Wolves' heaviest defeat of the season. I'm not happy but a word to our fans: It's a long season, the supporters have been fantastic - this moment is tough for everybody and them, especially because it is a Midlands derby. Three straight wins in the Sky Bet Championship have left Aston Villa pushing hard for an automatic promotion place, however Steve Bruce's men are listed at 16/1 to catch the two sides directly above them in the league table. The home factor is very important - that is really what decides the schedule.
The Bluebirds have a tough week ahead with visits to Brentford and Derby County to negotiate, but they need just three points between the two games to ensure they head into the global break with second place still in their grip.More news: US Bancorp (USB) Receives $57.81 Average Target Price from Analysts
Speaking to The Mirror, Bruce commented on Terry's importance to the squad in the business end of the season: "His name on the team-sheet certainly helps us". The more you have of them the better. "The boys deserve the credit of knowing that days like this can happen but we have to step forward and bounce back immediately".
Wolves will be hoping they've got themselves back on track after they dispatched of Leeds United easily on Wednesday night.More news: Coutinho backs Neymar for Barcelona return