Date:Thursday March 30 2006
Wolves boss Glenn Hoddle is looking for the best possible reaction from his men following last Saturday's shock home loss to Sheffield Wednesday.
A win on the road.
So far this season it is Wolves travelling fans that have frequently seen the best of them, playing away from the pressure cooker atmosphere of Molineux.
And despite last weekends disapointing result, it's trend Glenn Hoddle thinks his men are more than capable of continuing.
Speaking to the Birmingham Post he said :
'With the run we were on, that was one we just didn't see happening but we can't dwell on it, we have to get back to how we were.
'It's not as if we've lost two or three and drawn one, we've lost a match and have got to bounce back. It's about how we react because we need a couple of away wins. With the position we're in we've got to win games on the road but we've done it before so we know we're capable.'
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