The Wanderers will face Nottingham Forest away from home in the Championship this evening.
Wolves will head into the game at the City Ground full of confidence, and Jackett has highlighted the two areas which his team are very strong in.
“One thing we’ve talked about this morning - and put into training - is everyone being proud of their clean sheet record, because it’s ourselves joint top with Middlesbrough at the moment,” the 53-year-old told Wolves’ official website.
“Another thing we’ve talked about is that, certainly since the turn of the year, our goalscoring has improved and our potential to score has improved.”
Wolves have a good defensive record so far this season, having conceded 45 goals in 39 Championship matches.
Although 56 goals scored in 39 games is not exactly a great stat, the team have been finding the back of the net regularly in recent months.
Wolves are currently eighth in the Championship table with 65 points from 39 matches, just two points behind sixth-placed Ipswich Town.
Forest are also gunning for a top-six finish this season, and find themselves a place and eight points behind the Wanderers.
The Reds are a rejuvenated side under manager Dougie Freedman and will be confident of picking up all three points at the City Ground.