Defender Conor Coady says the Wolves squad will put in the hard yards during training this week to ensure they can bounce back from the loss to Watford.
The 2017-18 Championship winners have made a positive start to life in the Premier League but their progress was halted by Watford over the weekend.
Watford found the back of the net twice in the space of a minute at Molineux as goals from Etienne Capoue and Roberto Pereyra sealed all three points.
The defeat ended Wolves’ six-game unbeaten run and saw them lose at home for the first time since January.
Coady has called on his teammates to learn from the defeat and wants them to use it as motivation during training over the next week as they prepare for the next outing at Brighton on Saturday.
“Every team is very, very good in the Premier League. It’s as simple as that,” said Coady.
“Each and every week, the Premier League is such a tough division. If you’re off the money, even for a little bit, they’ll get at you and punish you.
“The most important thing is we learn from it and work hard this week – even harder than last week.
“It’s disappointing and we’ve got to learn quickly. We need a reaction. We’ve got to listen and learn as much as possible.”
Wolves can be backed at 2.50 to bounce back at the Amex Stadium on Saturday, while Brighton are priced at 3.10 to come out on top, and the draw is available at 3.20.