Worcester forward David Watts is hopeful that the Wolves can keep their winning run going, after it hit eight at the weekend.
The Wolves have been quietly going about their business this campaign, racking up four wins from four in the BBL as well as progressing to the semi-finals of the BBL Cup.
They thumped Mersey Tigers for the second week in succession on Friday, 97-79, before edging Plymouth 77-76 in a thriller the following evening.
Watts said: “It was two very good wins and the team played really well, and it will give us some momentum going into the Sheffield game. it’s a run I hope we can keep going with.
“It’s going well, I haven’t been scoring well and Tommy [Freeman] didn’t score well against Glasgow, but we’re still winning.”
The Wolves travel to Sheffield on Friday, before making the trip to Milton Keynes to face the Lions in front of the SKY TV cameras on Tuesday evening.