Wolves go for a League double over Tranmere at Molineux today with McGhee happy he has enough experience in his squad to avoid jitters at Easter and thereafter.
McGhee thinks Wolves, who have 62 points and are 10 points adrift of leaders Bolton, need a further 20 from their remaining 11 games - including quite a favourable run-in - to claim the second automatic promotion place.
McGhee said: "It will be a question of nerve then, but I'm sure we've got the strength in our squad to see us through."
Bolton tackle Swindon at Burnden Park with their manager, Colin Todd, expecting Per Frandsen, his Danish international midfielder, to recover from a leg injury in time.
Crystal Palace face a London derby with Charlton at The Valley, while fifth-placed Norwich meet Port Vale at Carrow Road.Reuse content