"They keep seeing themselves pushing for the play-offs then they suffer a blip," said Danny of the Hornets. "The quality of their team is very high. They've got some quality individuals. They've conceded goals and are beatable and we are going down there with a knowledge that it will be tough. It's no different to anywhere we go
Ware playing them off the back of a defeat that they may have expected a win."
Barnsley are looking to bounce back after Tuesday's defeat at home to table-toppers Leicester City but have been dealt a big blow with Peter Ramage and Martin Cranie out due to hamstring injures.
As for Peter Ramage, Wilson continued, "We don't think it's as bad as Martin's but at the same time we have to be cautious. We'll look at that later in the day."
The Reds are still without Bobby Hassell and Marcus Pedersen, whilst Jim O'Brien looks unlikely to feature again this season, whilst Ryan McLaughlin is expected to return next week.
"Bobby's been running but keeps pulling up as he's a bit tight on his calf," said Wilson. "We're leaving it to him as he knows his body better than anyone else."
Meanwhile the race to avoid relegation continues and the Barnsley boss is sure more teams are to be dragged into the dogfight.