All to play for
Come the end of May they may well call this the league no one wanted to win.
For the majority of this season it's certainly looked that way.
Manager Mick McCarthy has confessed that even he has no idea how things are going to pan out over the remaining 8 fixtures.
Following a night where none of the top 6 clubs won, Wolves point against Ipswich was as precious as any gained this season, helping to kep the 3 point cushion between Wanderers and Birmingham intact, although it's now desperately in need of a fluffing up to regain a little comfort.
"I`m trying my best not to think about too many other games and results - we focused on Ipswich last night and now we`ve got Charlton next. All we can do is play and not worry about anyone around us in the chasing pack or any outside interferences."
McCarthy said today.
Easier said that done Mick.
With Wolves yet to visit St Andrews and Blues and Reading to come in a last day thriller, Wolves still have their destiny in their own hands.
We'd just prefer it if they had some nails.