Date:Wednesday April 5 2006
Glenn Hoddle has left no one at Molineux in any doubt about what will happen if he does not feel they are up the final fight for promotion.
After two lacklustre performances he i ready wo weild the axe should anyone look like all they want to do i coast.
'When you've lost two matches you have to look at it and say who is up for the fight.' he told the clubs official site
'I've seen a good response on the training pitch and I'll be picking my team on what I see in this week's training and who I feel is up for the fight.
'There needs to be much more than there was at the weekend, that's for sure.
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