Bournemouth travel to Molineux this weekend to face Wolves as they seek to lick their wounds from last weekend's crushing 4-0 defeat to Liverpool.
Eddie Howe will be buoyed by the fact that Callum Wilson is back in contention after the Englishman was sidelined for that game against Jurgen Klopp's side.
Here's a look at how they could line up.
3. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Asmir Begovic (GK) - The Bosnian has already kept four clean sheets this season but has picked the ball out of his net in each of the last six games. He will be desperate to bounce back from his side's 4-0 mauling at the hands of Liverpool last weekend.
Simon Francis (RB) - Francis has captained his side in recent games and has submitted some impressive performances in his temporary position of right-back.
Steve Cook (CB) - The English centre back has played all 1,440 minutes of the Premier League so far but will be disappointed in his side's recent performances. Cook could have been sent off for a nasty looking challenge on Mohamed Salah last time out, but avoided punishment and will feature at Molineux on Saturday.
Nathan Ake (CB) - Eddie Howe likes to tinker with his defence as little as possible, meaning Ake is also yet to miss a minute of Premier League action this season.
Charlie Daniels (LB) - The 32-year-old has a perfect 2-0 record in games against Wolves so far in his career and Daniels might just be Howe's lucky omen on Saturday.
David Brooks (RM) - The 21-year-old has predominantly been used as a right winger during his first term in the English top flight and has certainly made the position his own, scoring three times already.
Jefferson Lerma (CM) - The Colombian midfielder has impressed so far in a Bournemouth shirt after he joined the Cherries in the summer from Levante. Lerma has adapted to the quicker tempo of Premier League football and has already opened his account in the Premier League.
Andrew Surman (CM) - With Dan Gosling likely to be sidelined for Bournemouth's trip to Molineux, Andrew Surman could be the man to step into the centre of midfield on Saturday. He has only appeared eight times in the league this year but will be hopeful of more minutes after playing the full 90 last time out against Liverpool.
Ryan Fraser (LM) - Fraser has been a revelation on the left side of Bournemouth's midfield this term and only Eden Hazard has registered more assists than the 24-year-old, who has also scored four league goals of his own.
Callum Wilson (ST) - Only three players have scored more goals in the Premier League this year than Callum Wilson who will be raring to go on Saturday having sat out last weekend's defeat to Liverpool. He has scored six times in his last eight appearances and will look to notch his ninth of the season this weekend.
Joshua King (ST) - Wilson's strike partner Josh King has also has an impressive start to the campaign, scoring five times in 13 league appearances. King, who won a Premier League winners' medal whilst at Man United, has not scored in his last three and will be desperate to buck that trend at Molineux.