But the Foxes boss is in no doubt as to the size of the challenge facing his players, as they go in search of a first away league win against a side only recently relegated from the Premier League.
“It’s a tough fixture for us, but we’re confident and the spirit amongst the players is very good,” said Pearson ahead of Sunday’s game.
“It’s about us making sure we replicate the performances we’ve had so far. If we do that, more often than not we will get results.”
The two-week break for internationals has given the City boss the opportunity to assess his side’s early-season form, which has seen them pick up six points from their first four league games.
But while two wins and two defeats does not represent the sort of consistency the Foxes will need to show if they are to mount a long-term promotion challenge, Pearson remains confident that performance levels have been worthy of more.
“All in all our performances have warranted us being slightly better off than we are,” said Pearson.
“But we’re not and that is a measure of this league, but if things don’t go your way you have to get on with it and make sure you prepare right for the next game.
“We’re in a results business and my remit is to get us into the Premier League. I know that, but there will other managers in the same position. We don’t want to drop points, but it is a relentlessly tough league.
“It’s important not to get overly frustrated that the results aren’t going your way if you know you’re playing well. I’ve got to have an overall balanced view on the pathway we’re taking.”
With only four points to show from their opening four games, Wolves’ start under new boss Stale Solbakken has been one of a team in progress, rather than one preparing to blaze a trail in their bid to return to the top flight.
But Pearson expects a full-blooded encounter on Sunday as both sides look to start the next stage of the season positively.
“Playing at home they will want to play at a good tempo,” Pearson said. “We’ve seen enough of them to know what they can and can’t do and they will be looking at us in the same way.
“I expect it to be a pretty physical and fast contest, so we have to be ready for that, but our players are in good spirits and it’s important we go there confident, but clear in our minds that we have a very difficult job to do there.”
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