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Vital Wolves: We can perform in the Premier League

The up and down roller-coaster of the Premier League appears to have kicked in after just two games.

The disappointment of the result against West Ham was quickly forgotten with the result against Wigan.

That result appears to be acting as a springboard to the players who now know within themselves that they can compete with established Premier League sides: 'I think we've maybe shown the rest of the Premier League that we can perform here and want to stay here,' Richard Stearman said to the Wolves Official Website.

However he was quick to point out that one swallow does not make a summer: 'We've got to carry on doing that through the other games.

'We've got a strong belief in the camp that we are good enough to pick up points at this level and we proved that at Wigan.'

Vital Wolves Comment: We here at Vital Wolves have always remained confident that we have enough to compete in the Premier League.

We may well be awful at predicting on a match by match basis, but over the course of the season. Hopefully we will be proved right!

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 20 2009

Time: 2:00PM

 

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