Wolves legend Steve Bull has urged the players to beat Arsenal for caretaker manager Steve Davis.
Bull wrote for the Express & Star: “It will be a tough game against a team who are on fire. Arsenal are untouchable at the moment.
“If we can get something out of the game, I’ll take anything, especially with how they’re playing and how we’re playing.
“But you never know, we might shock everyone. They are firing on all cylinders but we’re capable of stopping them.
“Arsenal have come to our place many times and we’ve always given them a good game. We can go toe-to-toe with the best.
“We haven’t got many leaders on the pitch and Ruben Neves is keeping the ship steady. He’ll be key. Arsenal will arrive thinking it’s an easy win, so we have to put up a fight. We can’t give them the respect, we have to get the first tackle in and give them a game. Don’t let them walk all over us.
“It will be nice to give the fans something to cheer about, and give Davis a good send off. He has done a good job and will continue to do that with the under-18s.”