The teams at the top of the Championship are not exactly running away with the league and Wolves have gone for four games without a home win. However, they hope to put that right when they meet 'rock bottom' Charlton at Molineux on Saturday:
In another interview, supremo Mick McCarthy reckons that the Addicks will be tired after playing Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday. Perhaps a chance for Phil Parkinson to make a few changes, although I can understand that he would be reluctant to do so after the relative success at Reading.
For those who like to read their results off the table, this match is a foregone conclusion. Wolves will be wanting to get their bid to replace the Baggies in the Black Country yo-yo dance back on track.
I thought Wolves were impressive when they beat us 3-1 at The Valley, coming back after being stunned by a Bailey opener. Perhaps Bailey can weave his magic again. They are not invincible.