Wolves meet Wednesday on the last day of the season, and there had been a feeling that Kenny Jackett’s side could have been thinking of their summer holidays at that time.
Wolves have very little left to play for this season, and they are set to finish in mid-table.
Wednesday, on the other hand, still need to win one of their last two matches to confirm their play off place.
But Batth insists that his side will not roll over and allow the Owls to pick up the three points they want at Molineux on the final day, as they are looking to keep up their unbeaten home record.
“People have been saying there’s nothing to play for but I think (the Sheffield Wednesday game) will be like a cup final here," he said.
“We want to win, we want to score, and continue the clean sheets as well.”
Wolves have tightened up considerably in recent times, and they have now drawn their last four matches at Molineux 0-0.
Jackett’s men have not lost at home since February, but there remains a great deal of frustration about the club.
Wolves were tipped to be amongst the favourites for promotion this season, but they have failed to ever truly threaten the top six places.