Vital Wolves: Time to step up!
"Wolves have done the hard work but they have got to step up now' - Steve Bull
TIME for Wolves to step up, that's the message from former Wolverhampton striker Steve Bull.
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It might be stating the bleeding obvious, but I can't help reading anything that Steve Bull says.
If Bull says it's time to step up, then guess what, it's time to step up!
"As long as the team establish themselves it may take one, three, even five years to establish themselves as a force in the Premier League but that would do for me.' Bull told the Birmingham Mail.
"This ground and these fans deserve Premier League status. There may be a lick of paint needed here and there but the ground is ready, we are all ready.
"We can modernise as we go. Hopefully this will be a Premier League ground for ever now."
Vital Wolves Comment: Couldn't agree more Steve! We need to be looking at establishing ourselves in the the Premier League not just surviving in it.
Confidence can come from watching Stoke and Hull last season, but both will be among the favourites to go back down this season. It is not as easy as surviving just the one season. We have to continue to build for the future, whilst getting that blend right of experienced players who WILL keep us up this season and help us establish ourselves in the top division.
Source: Birmingham Mail
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