Liverpool suffered their first Premier League defeat against Manchester City last week but will surely be hoping to bounce back with a victory later today.
In fact, the club’s second choice goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet, has stated the Reds want to “put things right” tonight.
Expressing the importance of regaining momentum, he explained: “Yeah, obviously we’ve got a lot of games coming up and it’s always nice to respond straight away.
“It’s in a different competition so it’s slightly different, but I think we want to put things right.
“I think that’s also what was said straight after the game inside the dressing room: yeah, we lost against City in a great fixture, probably one of the best fixtures in the Premier League, but in the same way we’re still four points ahead and the one thing we can’t do is drop our heads.
“The way to do that is by responding and getting the victory and going through to the next round of the FA Cup.”
Mignolet also insisted Liverpool are “only thinking” about winning their next game, suggesting his side will not be haunted by last week’s loss.
He continued: “We want to win the next game. We’re only thinking about that, and we want to take it step by step.
“But of course, when you get a knock then you have to get up again, look forward and try to win the next match and that’s what we’ll try to do.”
Wolves will surely be hoping to make the most of their home advantage this evening to advance to the next stage of the lauded English tournament.
How to watch Liverpool vs Wolves
Wolves will host Liverpool at the Molineux Stadium this evening with kick-off taking place at 7.45pm.
BBC One will air broadcast the game with coverage taking place at 7.30pm.
Radio commentary will also be available, which can be accessed via the BBC website, as well as smartphone apps such as TuneIn Radio.
The BBC Sport website will also show coverage of the game live, complete with real-time text commentary.
The BBC Sport smartphone app – which is available to download for free on iOS and Android devices – also features live coverage and text commentary.
BBC’s flagship iPlayer service will also air coverage of the game.
BBC iPlayer can be accessed through Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, BT Vision, Google Chromecast, EE TV, FreeSat, Freeview, NOW TV, Nvidia Shield, Roku, Sky HD, Sky Q, Talk Talk TV, Virgin Media and YouView.