Wolves currently lie 10th in the standings in their first campaign in the top flight in six years and are guaranteed to finish as the highest placed of the three promoted sides.
"Every game is a chance to improve. We have a fantastic opportunity to become a better team and try new things," he told Sky Sports.
"There's no thinking about the summer or next season; it's a game-by-game process. It's a clear idea we've been building since day one. We are here and we started in the Championship, so nothing has changed.
"There's no reference to the table; it's a squad that wants to work together and improve every day."
Wolves, who have won just one of their last five Premier League games host Arsenal at the Molineux on Wednesday night.