Hoddle Head Hunting
Not many teams have come away from the Madejski Stadium this year with anything other than fresh wounds to lick.
Only one team, Plymouth Argyle, have come away with three points, and that was on the first day of the season.
So Wolves task on Saturday may look like a mission immpossible.
But to Glenn Hoddle it's a chance to prove the doubters wrong, and well and truly establish his side as play off contenders.
'Playing away from home at Reading will be difficult because everyone whose been there this season, apart from Plymouth, hasn't come away with much.' said Hoddle
'We are going to have to play well, but we will go there very positive. I'm not going to go there to try and hang on to their tails, we'll go there to try and cause them as many problems as we can and see how they deal with it.'
'I don't think there's been many teams that have gone there and really taken them on, but we'll need to take them on because of the position we find ourselves in.'
Saturday is Wolves sternest test this season. The league leaders in their own back garden. But Wolves have gone there before when the stakes are high and come away with all the plaudits.
Twice they beat Reading away in their promotion year, and again last season, denying Reading a play off spot.
Can Glenn Hoddle's Wolves pull another outstanding display out of the bag and come away with all three points?